The charity is planning a mini roadshow across Wiltshire and Bath to tie in with the national awareness week, held from 6 September to 12 September.
From Monday to Friday of Air Ambulance Week, our fundraising team and emergency awareness trainers will be spreading the message about the charity and teaching lifesaving skills such as CPR.
Monday – You’ll find the team in Bath, where Wiltshire Air Ambulance carries out its lifesaving work at least three times a week. You’ll find the team on Old Bond Street, BA1 1BP.
Tuesday – It’s off to Salisbury Charter Market. Did you know, Salisbury was our second most visited city/town in 2020?
Wednesday – The team will be visiting local businesses in Marlborough in the east of the county.
Thursday – It’s another Market, this time in Devizes. Our charity shop is also based in Devizes on Maryport Street, so why not pay it a visit?
Friday – To round off the week the team head to Swindon, the town where Wiltshire Air Ambulance carries out its most missions each year. They’ll be visiting a variety of local businesses.
Keep your eyes peeled on the charity’s social media channels for updates and pictures.
Wiltshire Air Ambulance is one of 21 air ambulances across the UK which provides HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical Services).
We are a charity and receives no regular direct Government funding or National Lottery grants. Wiltshire Air Ambulance relies on generous donations from the public to continue its lifesaving service.
It costs £4 million a year to keep our air ambulance flying and saving lives.
There are many ways to support Wiltshire Air Ambulance, including playing our weekly Lottery, by signing up for a fundraising challenge or by considering leaving a gift in your will to the charity.
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