Your local air ambulance

Wiltshire Air Ambulance attended 184 missions across West Wiltshire during 2022. 

From Melksham down to Trowbridge, and from Bradford-on-Avon across to Devizes, we are there for those who need us most.

Patients from this area are often flown to an array of hospitals in Bristol, as well as the Royal United Hospital in Bath.

Wiltshire Air Ambulance's helicopter landed in Bradford On Avon

Impact in your area in 2022

Aerial photo of Bradford on Avon

17 Missions
Flying time: 2 minutes

Aerial photo of Caen Hill locks in Devizes

49 Missions
Flying time: 2 minutes

Wiltshire Air Ambulance's critical care car parked outside Melksham Town Hall at Christmas

42 Missions
Flying time: 2 minutes


76 Missions
Flying time: 2 minutes

Work at night

63 night missions
We fly up to 19 hours a day

Medical emergencies

56 cardiac incidents
26 road traffic collisions

family walking through woods

Steps to Remember

Join us and remember your loved ones with this beautiful walk.

Walk with us from our airbase, along the picturesque Kennet and Avon Canal path, past the Semington Aqueduct, through Giles' Wood on the outskirts of Bowerhill and Seend Cleeve, before returning to the base.

This is a chance for families and friends to remember their loved ones. On return to the airbase, there will be a small reception for attendees and a moment of reflection as dusk sets in. 

A former patient with their two children stood in a garden

Carol from Melksham's story

"I’m just so, so grateful for everything they did for me. Had it not been for Wiltshire Air Ambulance I wouldn’t have seen my grandchildren grow up"

Carol Gray was involved in a major road traffic collision when driving back to her home in Melksham and needed to be flown to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol.

Read Carol's story here


Did you know?

Wiltshire Air Ambulance is operational for up to 19 hours a day, 365 days a year, thanks to your generous donations.