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“I am so thankful to Essex and Herts Air Ambulance for saving my husband’s life”

Andrew Bord was taking a shower when he blacked out and fell as a result of, or leading to, a seizure; nobody knows which. But, Andy was left fighting for his life. Only thanks to the rapid response of Essex and Herts Air Ambulance delivering advanced lifesaving pre-hospital care to Andy in his home, before airlifting him to hospital, is he here today by the side of his wife Emma and their three young children.


 David Welch, CEO of Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS), has won the Charity Times Charity Leader of the Year Award 2021 – a prestigious national award which celebrates excellence amongst charities and not for profit organisations from across the UK and honours the outstanding professionals in charity management.

Chris’ survival story thanks to East Anglian Air Ambulance; “I know how close I came to dying”

"I know how close I came to dying and I’m just so, so glad that I didn’t and so grateful to the East Anglian Air Ambulance that they were there to save my life". We are sharing inspiring stories of survival during Air Ambulance Week. Read on for Chris' amazing survival story following a cycling collision.

A gift in your Will could help to fund air ambulance charity lifesaving missions

During Air Ambulance Week we are also supporting Remember a Charity Week, which reminds us all why leaving a gift in your Will is the best gift of all. A gift in your Will could help to fund air ambulance charity lifesaving missions to people like four-year-old Cillian.

Launch of ‘Lift Off’ coffee announced as part of Air Ambulance Week!

Air Ambulances UK and Frontline Coffee have partnered to launch 'Lift Off', a new special blend of coffee giving you a great lift while raising funds for air ambulance charities! Find out more and get yourself a bag of 'Lift -Off' here!

Henry’s story of survival, thanks to Midlands Air Ambulance Charity

This week is Air Ambulance Week! We're raising awareness of the fact that every second counts and every penny matters when saving lives. Listen to Midlands Air Ambulance Charity crew member Karen and former patient Henry talking about how the Charity saved his life on Times Radio with presenter Carole Walker.