Helpers needed this weekend!!

Men, what better way to get out of Christmas shopping than doing something for a life saving charity!

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New Teams needed

A local darts team are looking for teams to play across the region.  The Smethwick Labour club Air Ambulance Darts Team would like to hear from other teams and are happy to travel for matches.  If you would like to get involved in charity matches please contact maria.jones@midlandsairambulance.com

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Craft items needed!

Two knitting sisters would like to appeal to other supporters to donate unwanted wool and craft items.  Cathy Glear and Sister Yvonne Smart have been making craft items for six years and have raised a fantastic £22,000 for the charity.

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Santa’s little helpers needed

Men, what better way to get out of Christmas shopping than doing something for a life saving charity!

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Worthwhile, rewarding and making a real difference…

The importance of volunteers to the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity cannot be overestimated. The valuable service Midlands Air Ambulance delivers throughout the 6 counties we serve is only made possible through the efforts of the public and our volunteers who willingly give up their time to make a real difference allowing our emergency service to save lives.

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Motorcycle CRASH card receives International Road Safety Award

A life saving initiative to help motorcyclists involved in an accident get the aid they need has been awarded with a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award. 

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No treats just donations please!

While most children use Halloween as a great chance to stock up on sugary sweets, two school girls used the witching hour as an opportunity to fundraise for charity!

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Catch up with hero Josh!

In July we told you the heart wrenching story of ten year old Joshua Dudley who spent 73 days in a coma after being hit by a car at Easter. 

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DON’T LET FIREWORKS RUIN YOUR LIFE

Although the number of injuries from firework, sparklers and bonfires has fallen across the West Midlands in recent years, there are still lots of people in the region who have the scars to prove just how dangerous they can be.

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OPERATIONS STATISTICS:
Missions completed since 1991 48,688 | On average we airlift a child every four days | Road traffic collisions make up around 35% of the incidents we attend | The service airlifts up to three horse riders each week.