Motorbike boys are seen in action, coming to the call of a new Volunteer Emergency Service in London.
This story shows us young men on motorbikes who have joined a new Volunteer Emergency Service.
Various shots of young men riding through the streets of London on motorbikes. Cut to C/U of a map, covered with tags. A young man picks up the phone, puts another tag in the map then telephones another man, Tony Roper, at home. Commentator explains that he is a member of the voluntary hospital messenger service that is now nation wide.
Tony sets off on his motorcycle and rides through the town to a building sign posted 'National Blood Transfusion Centre'; he collects a box from a man in a white coat and rides off again, eventually delivering the box to a porter at the West London Hospital. The porter hands the box to a woman in a white coat, who goes into a room marked 'Blood Bank' and takes samples from a bottle of blood in the box, putting small tubes of blood into a spinning machine.
Various shots of young men getting on and revving up motorbikes outside the 59 Club in Paddington as "ton-up parson" Father Shergold comes out to join them, putting on his helmet and mounting his motorcycle.
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