Midlands Air Ambulance

07 Feb 2019
A Shropshire networking club has presented a £6,000 cheque to the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity after raising money for the organisation with a Christmas raffle. Members of the Severn Business Network, which promotes business growth in and around Shropshire, raised enough money to save two lives in the area, equating to the cost of two helicopter flights. The donation was raised through a raffle...
10 Jul 2018
Staff from a Shropshire building contractor are unleashing their inner animal in order to raise thousands of pounds for the West Midlands Air Ambulance. Flamingos, tigers, and a chicken will be among the outfits donned by workers from Pave Aways when they take part in a Shropshire Safari for the firm’s annual charity challenge from July 27 to 29. The 12-strong team will complete a combined 84-...
Networking group aids air ambulance charity
12 Dec 2016
A Shropshire business networking group has stepped in to aid the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity to the tune of £1,500 after an annual Christmas fundraising event had to be cancelled. For the past five years the charity has held a week-long Christmas gift wrapping service at Telford Shopping Centre but this year it had to be cancelled after a date change left it short of volunteers. When the...
04 Oct 2016
Worfield ladies stepping out in style for MAA … Over 180 guests attended a fashion show and light salmon lunch held at Patshull Park Golf Club, which helped to raise money towards the Midlands Air Ambulance charity. The event was organised by Paulette Morris, of Bridgnorth, who is the lady captain of Worfield Golf Club, near Bridgnorth and has chosen the MAAC as the chosen charity for her year in...
12 Jul 2016
Businesses from across the country raised £1,500 for the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity at an annual event, hosted by a Shropshire company. Caradoc Medical Services, based in Shrewsbury, hosted their annual supplier day at Shrewsbury Town’s Greenhous Meadow on June 30. Caradoc is the sister company of the not-for-profit, out of hours provider Shropshire Doctors Co-operative (ShropDoc). Initially...
29 Mar 2016
More than 200 people from charities, health, and social care organisations joined legal specialists and families at a conference in Shropshire to discuss how brain injuries affect people’s lives. The conference, called Surviving Brain Injury: The Journey, was organised by brain injury specialists Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors and took place at Theatre Severn in Shrewsbury. Among the speakers were...
22 Feb 2016
A Shropshire business has announced the Midlands Air Ambulance as its nominated charity of the year in 2016. Caradoc Medical Services, based in Shrewsbury, is a not-for-profit buying consortium initially set up to negotiate better buying terms for out of hours providers Shropdoc. The company now works with thousands of GP practices across the country as well as other businesses including dentists...
25 Jan 2016
A major conference looking into the journey from surviving a brain injury to rehabilitation and beyond is due to take place in Shropshire. The event is being organised by Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors and is open to everyone, particularly those people who have suffered a brain injury, their families and carers, as well as medical professionals, and anyone working in health, social care and education...
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