New Strensham Airbase Facilities Unveiled

Midlands Air Ambulance Charity (MAAC) was delighted to welcome the Trustees and Management team of County Air Ambulance Trust (CAAT) to unveil a plaque marking the launch of the new facilities at Strensham Airbase.

In excess of £200,000 was provided through grant funding from CAAT to aid in the redevelopment of the airbase which took six months to complete.

The new facilities in Worcestershire included newly refurbished crew accommodation and modified helipad.

Aircrew from Helimed06 were on hand to show CAAT Trustees around the facilities before Hugh Meynell MBE Chairman of CAAT, unveiled a plaque commemorating the landmark day.

Hanna Sebright, CEO of MAAC said; “We would like to thank CAAT for joining us in unveiling the new facilities and thank them for making this refurbishment possible. Strensham is now one of the best facilities in the country.”

Hanna continued; “Without the partnership between MAAC and CAAT these fantastic new facilities would not have been possible.”

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