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Pedal Power

Organised by employees at Wolverhampton based Bluestar Security, 15 keen fundraisers from the Sikh community will embark on a 180 mile bike ride. Gearing into action on Friday 13th May the ride will take three days to complete and will cover some of the best cycling routes between London Bridge and the Midlands Air Ambulance airbase at Strensham Services, M5 northbound.

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A tasty challenge

Here’s one we think you might like…our Ace of Cakes Competition!

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Take That to rock up Kidderminster!

‘Want You Back’, Europe’s number 1 tribute act to Take That will be rocking up to The Gainsborough House Hotel in Bewdley Hill to perform top hits such as ‘Relight My Fire’ and ‘Back for Good.’

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Tales for Courage and Bravery

Midlands Air Ambulance wants to trace people we have rescued in the past to help mark our 20th anniversary this year.

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Bike Ride powers Air Ambulance

Brothers George and Harry Meek along with family friend Steve Cave set off on a 1000 mile cycle ride from John O’Groats to Lands End which they aim to complete in just nine days.

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Midlands Air Ambulance wants you to “Ba

Flight crew at Midlands Air Ambulance will be sprinting ahead this weekend as they take part in the 2011 London Marathon.

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Recycling ‘goes miles further’

Midlands Air Ambulance descended upon Michelin’s head office in Stoke-on-Trent recently, fortunately nobody needed rescuing on this occasion.

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A Life Time Acheivement

Midlands Air Ambulance has awarded dedicated fundraiser Pat Stokes a very special life-time achievement award.

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Thank you Keith!

An intrepid fundraiser has made his final donation to the Charity that has occupied his heart for the last eighteen years.

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OPERATIONS STATISTICS:
Missions completed since 1991: 50,563 | On average we airlift a child every four days | Road traffic collisions make up around 35% of the incidents we attend | The service airlifts on average four horse riders each week.