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Air Ambulance Week takes-off across the UK this week!

This week is Air Ambulance Week! We are raising awareness and funds for the lifesaving work of air ambulance charities. Find out how you can get involved!

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance appoint new Chief Executive

Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Corbett as Chief Executive, starting on 1st September 2021. Richard will be taking over from Acting Chief Executive Sherie Williams Ellen, who will resume her role as Deputy CEO.

Insurer’s support for Air Ambulances UK helps save lives and build community resilience

NFU Mutual Agents from specialist insurance agency The Poultry Group have nominated national charity Air Ambulances UK to receive a donation of more than £6,451 from a national £2million ‘Agency Giving Fund’ launched by NFU Mutual.

East Anglian Air Ambulance reveals July was busiest month in over four years

East Anglian Air Ambulance has revealed that July was the charity’s busiest month on record in over four years - and its busiest ever July. Following an urgent fundraising appeal made by EAAA in May, the air ambulance charity, which covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, is now able to carry packed red blood cells and freeze-dried plasma on every mission.
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WIN A LUXURY CAR WHILE HELPING AIR AMBULANCE CHARITIES TO SAVE EVEN MORE LIVES IN OUR NEW NATIONAL PRIZE DRAW

WIN A LUXURY CAR WHILE HELPING AIR AMBULANCE CHARITIES TO SAVE EVEN MORE LIVES IN OUR NEW NATIONAL PRIZE DRAW Following an urgent fundraising appeal made by EAAA in May, the air ambulance charity, which covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, is now able to carry packed red blood cells and freeze-dried plasma on every mission.

CEO OF AIR AMBULANCE KENT SURREY SUSSEX SHORTLISTED FOR CHARITY LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2021

CEO OF AIR AMBULANCE KENT SURREY SUSSEX SHORTLISTED FOR CHARITY LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD 2021 Following an urgent fundraising appeal made by EAAA in May, the air ambulance charity, which covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, is now able to carry packed red blood cells and freeze-dried plasma on every mission.