About BUMBLEance

Happy Journeys

BUMBLEance, the national children’s ambulance service, provides stress-reducing journeys for children in state-of-the-art, safe and fun vehicles. The bright and fun exterior makes positive first impression which carries through to the interior.

Fun & Games

BUMBLEance has it all! Social media streaming to wish the child best wishes. WiFi, Games console and DVD for a favourite movie/game (or select one on-board). Traditional ‘distractions’ of reading/colouring books etc. also!

Unique Interior

The child friendly decorated interior of BUMBLEance has many unique features. Two parents/carers can travel with child & paramedic. An on-board locker for personal effects is provided along with a fridge for medication/food etc.

Expert Personnel

We only carry sick children & our personnel do all they can to make their every journey happy & safe. They are fully qualified professional paramedics & EMT’s with specialist training, paediatric skills & are Garda vetted.

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BUMBLEance is chosen as nominated Charity for Top Oil’s Southern Region

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Top Oil, Ireland’s leading family owned home heating and fuel business, has announced BUMBLEance as their charity partner for the southern region as part of a new CSR programme. This…

Christmas Holiday Arrangements

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We are closed for the holidays until Tuesday 3rd January. Should you need to contact us urgently over the holidays please email info@saoirsefoundation.com or phone/text 083 004 4444 and we…

Christmas Greetings from the Bee Team

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Christmas Greeting to all our #KingBees and #Queenbees their families and our wonderful supports. ♥♥♥ From the Bee Team #LoveBUMBLEanceKids

Genomics Screening For Rare Diseases

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Jackie Turner (Genomics Medicine Ireland) is giving a lecture in the Conference Room in Temple St on the 9th December at 11am. to highlight a study being carried out by…