Now that Covid is easing, Brian is beginning to roll out the Daft as a Brush service.
The free cancer patient transport service has started in the North West. Covering Carlisle and Whitehaven. Based in Carlisle's new £30m cancer centre, in the city's Cumberland Infirmary, Daft as a Brush volunteers also schedule transport for Chemotherapy patients to Whitehaven.
The charity is reaching out for further help in the North East and North West in Carlisle and Whitehaven areas; Volunteer Drivers and Patient Companions are urgently required – Please apply to be a volunteer by clicking here.
Each of the charity’s 30+ ambulances have been adopted by local first schools who give the ambulance a name and decorate the back with colourful artwork.
With the introduction of new ambulances to the North West, local schools are being asked to adopt and name the new fleet; we’re all looking forward to their creativity!
Any schools interested in adopting a new ambulance, which has no change, should view the Schools page by clicking here.
Brian has now started the last leg of his epic challenge - walking from Teesside to Torquay. Read more by clicking here.