HSE now running Bumbleance as regulator probes Saoirse Foundation

A complaint about the organisation has also been made to gardaí

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
20th December, 2015
Tony Heffernan and a Bumbleance Pic: Maura Hickey

The beleaguered Saoirse Foundation is no longer funding the operation of the Bumbleance, a national children’s ambulance.

The HSE has taken over the entire operation of the service and says it is not taking any money from the charity, which continues to fundraise.

Bumbleance was previously run by Saoirse, which is also known as Bee for Battens.

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