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James is part of the fundraising team; primarily involved with looking after volunteers, arranging events and talks, keeping an eye on social media and generally assisting in all department activities. Prior to working for Magpas Air Ambulance he worked as a Community Development Manager for a national charity and has a degree in film from Middlesex University.

Work experience students tell us why they loved being at Magpas!

Work experience students tell us why they loved being at Magpas!

Recently, we were delighted to welcome two work experience students from the St Ivo School in St Ives and one from Swavesey Village College into the fundraising department for two weeks.

Our three students, Lucy, Lily and Lucy, were all fantastic and got stuck in with a number of varied tasks and although they were primarily assisting within the fundraising department, they also helped elsewhere around the charity.

These tasks including helping update and maintain our database, creating thank you letters and posters for our supporters and many more besides. They helped out at a fundraising event, and also helped out with a stock take at our Air Ambulance base and even helped the weekly task of cleaning the helicopter!

We asked for the three girls to write a paragraph explaining their experiences with us:

“Hello my name is Lucy, I am in year 10 at St Ivo school, I study Art, Computing, History, Resistant Materials and also the core subjects. I have a big interest in Art and in the future I would like to link my art into my job, doing work experience at Magpas was a great choice, the staff here are very welcoming, the building feels like a home and the place has a very enthusiastic atmosphere. At Magpas I was assigned various jobs including, inputting information into the Database, sorting the medical equipment and labelling it at the base and also helping the staff in the office with various jobs like sorting, paperwork, helping with various office jobs to keep the charity running. Magpas wasn’t just all the continuous amount of jobs it had its enjoyable parts as well, seeing the team getting ready for a call out at the base, doing small interesting jobs for the staff here. Another reason why I chose to do Magpas for my work experience was because I saw there was going to be work in a shop situation and selling products for a business which I am interested in doing in the future.”

“My name is Lily Steward-Brown and I go to St Ivo School and I’m currently in Year 10. I am doing Art, Geography, Film and Media Studies and French for my GCSE’s and I hope to take Law, Art and Chemistry in Sixth Form. I chose Magpas Air Ambulance for my work experience because my auntie is Head of Operations and I have grown up attending events with Magpas. I have enjoyed my time at Magpas and it has helped me learn a lot about the charity and who it takes to run it, I was amazed at all the hard work put in and skills everyone has.

The types of jobs we did were very varied and we didn’t do the same thing every day. At the base in Wyton, we did stock checks for all the necessary equipment for the Doctors and Paramedics. At Headquarters in Huntingdon, we helped do a lot of jobs that were very important to the fundraising department. We helped run totals and counting the collection tins of events that we went to, which we then filled out a donation form for.

I have really enjoyed my time at Magpas and I hope to volunteer in the future. I have learnt a lot about the charity and the roles and people it takes to keep it up and running, I have also learnt about what kind of job I would like in the future.”

“My name is Lucy Slade and I am in year 10 at Swavesey Village College. I take GCSE sport, spanish, history and geography and I would love to take psychology and sociology in college. I have really enjoyed my work experience placement with Magpas Air Ambulance because it has helped me get a clearer idea of what I would like to do when I am older. I felt like I was doing something beneficial for the charity as there are many different jobs that need to be done that I was able to help with. For example, at the Wyton base we did stock checks for the medical equipment and filled in order forms for any required equipment, I also updated the necessary information on their database. At the HQ in Huntingdon we helped organise the charity stall, as well as counting money from collection tins from events that we have attended. The things I have enjoyed most about work experience is going to events and collecting donations and being able to watch the doctors and paramedics during their training or even going off to accidents. I didn’t realise how many different and important roles there were within the charity and doing work experience at Magas has helped me realise how people can help in such a variety of ways”

All three girls were a create to their schools and did a wonderful job whilst with us on their work experience, so a huge thank you to Lucy P, Lily and Lucy S for all their hard work.

We are always on the lookout for work experience helpers to come in and learn from and assist in the Fundraising Department. If this may be of interest to you please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 

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A busy month of fundraising!

A busy month of fundraising!

We have had many, many exciting and varied fundraising events and supporter engagement over the last few weeks.

Gibbs Denley Insurances Services are celebrating their 25th anniversary and chose Magpas as their charity of the year. To celebrate these two things, they put on a sponsored static cycle ride to cover the distance between there three offices in Swavesey, Bury St Edmunds and Chelmsford – some 80 miles. The 80 miles also covered the distance of previous Magpas incidents, so ever mile they cycled was the route that our emergency team had done. This was a great motivational tool and a way to learn about some of our former patients’ and the varied incidents that our team undertake.
Gibbs Denley have raised nearly £600 and their Just Giving page is still open: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cycle-for-magpas

We went to visit the children at the Sunflower seed pre-school near Peterborough to tell them all about Magpas Air Ambulance and to show them some of our equipment and support car. The school are longtime supporters of Magpas, and even have their own dedication wall full of lovely pictures and drawings of our helicopter. The children asked lots of questions and engaged in learning all about our lifesaving service

Over at Sibson Airfield lots of Magpas supporters jumped out of a plane and skydived all in aid of Magpas!
A whole host of brave (foolhardy?) Magpas supporters skydived in slightly windy, but sunny conditions. Our incredible jumpers were Jenny Luckett, raising £175, Alex Davenport raising £690, Dave Moore raising £3,640 and Lauren Payne raising £350. Our other jumper was Dudley who completed his jump on his Golden Wedding Anniversary! Dudley was inspired to jump after hearing a talk at his local Rotary club by Magpas and signed up immediately after!

We welcomed new supporters from The Animal Experience team to the base who are proud supporters of Magpas Air Ambulance. Thanks for coming Hazel, Kayleigh, Lee and little Charlie.

Finally, the staff at Waitrose Cambridge cycled 335 miles over 23 hours from Cambridge to Paris, on one static bike. The team took over the foyer, created t-shirts and posters, as well as making cupcakes and along with generous donations from the public, raised an incredible £1,613.95.

We would like to thank all our fantastic fundraisers and supporters for the varied, diverse, and inspirational fundraising that they have done for Magpas Air Ambulance.


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Serial quizzers go Orange for Magpas

Serial quizzers go Orange for Magpas

As part of our annual Orange Day, Pat, Clifford and Maureen ran an orange themed quiz night all in aid of Magpas Air Ambulance.

The serial quizzers, from Somersham, who have organised an Orange Day quiz for us for the past three years really go all out on their quizzes; theming the questions and prizes around all things orange. This year’s consolation prize was an orange button – so next year the people in last place can keep their fingers on the button!!

They also make it mandatory for all participants to wear some orange whilst quizzing; if people turn up without any orange items they ae made to wear orange ribbon, (and orange underwear doesn’t count…)

We have attached the quiz for you to have a go at (get in touch for the answers!)

This year Pat, Clifford and Maureen’s quiz raised a fantastic £210, all in aid of Magpas Air Ambulance and our lifesaving care by land, by air that we provide, 24/7.


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Magpas supporters attend Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations!

Magpas supporters attend Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations!


Last week our Fundraising Co-ordinator Emma (pictured above second from right, in left hand picture), along with some supporters and one of our doctors had the honour of attending the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations on behalf of Magpas Air Ambulance, as we were chosen to receive tickets from kind supporters at Waitrose St Ives and St Neots.

This is Emma’s story of the day:

I had the honour of representing Magpas Air Ambulance at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations at Windsor Castle on Thursday 12th May. We were honoured to have been chosen by our supporters at Waitrose St Ives and St Neots to receive tickets to this most amazing event which celebrated the life of our incredible Monarch in this monumentally historical year.

We arrived early in beautiful, warm sunshine to make the most of our day. We were treated to some fantastic horse displays from the Pony Club in the main arena throughout the afternoon which whetted the appetite for the main evening show. We were greeted warmly at the Waitrose hospitality marquee and enjoyed a glass of bubbly, or two (!) and a very tasty cupcake. The Waitrose winning birthday cake designed by 9 year old Tilly Chisholm was on display and appeared a most worthy winner! There we met Tina Varns, Waitrose's CSR Manager, and were again made to feel very special guests. After a catch up with our fellow Magpas representatives we grabbed a bite to eat, then prepared to take our seats for the main event.

The show was just spectacular from start to finish, following the story of our Queen's 90 years and her achievements, passions, loves and duties. The story was narrated by Alan Titchmarsh and Jenny Powell and was accompanied by video footage on a huge screen directly opposite our front row seats! We were graced with the presence of the Princess Royal herself, Princess Anne who arrived in a stunning golden carriage. How else would we have wanted her to arrive! The displays included those by the Household Cavalry, the RAF, Army, Navy, the Highlanders and the Irish Guards. Representatives from across the Commonwealth came from near and far and included, Fiji, Switzerland, New Zealand, Australia, Azer....Azerbai.....Azerbyja...Canada!!!! All demonstrated national dances, displays, horse control and marching bands. It was just magnificent.

So what did I think were the highlights? I genuinely couldn't say. The day, the Waitrose hospitality, the people we met, the setting, the event itself are what memories are made of. I felt honoured to have attended this event from a personal perspective as well as being a representative of Magpas Air Ambulance, a charity I love and believe in. This is a day I will never forget and cannot thank you all at Waitrose enough for giving us this once in a lifetime opportunity to have been there.

And a thank you to Teresa Lewis for her wonderful photography that feature in this post.

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Highways England raise over £1000 for Magpas Air Ambulance!

Highways England raise over £1000 for Magpas Air Ambulance!

We were delighted to invite some of the team from Highways England up to the base recently as they presented the team with a fantastic amount of £1,022.00 from their year of fundraising.

Magpas Air Ambulance were the Highways England Bedford office charity of the year. This incredible amount was raised through a wide variety of events, including Christmas and Easter eggs raffles and a harvest festival hamper. This incredible amount was also the highest amount they have ever raised for a charity over the course of a year.

We would like to say a huge thank you to Janet, Sharon, Davina and Rosie for visiting the base and presenting the team with a cheque and thank all of the team at Highways England for the continued support; it truly makes a lifesaving difference. 

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Irwin Mitchell sign off a year’s fundraising with cheque presentation

Irwin Mitchell sign off a year’s fundraising with cheque presentation

We were delighted to invite Alexander Davenport, Sarah Wealleans and Ruth Booy (pictured alongside our fundraising coordinator Emma, above) to our Air Ambulance base who came on behalf of all at Irwin Mitchell, as they handed over their final cheque from a year's worth of fundraising.

We are overwhelmed by the sheer volume and diversity of their fundraising as they chose us to be their charity of the year in 2015. 

Throughout last year, the Cambridge based solicitors continued to fundraise for Magpas Air Ambulance, and their brilliant fundraising ideas included a continuous bike-a-thon (equalling the distance of some of our life saving missions), undertook the Three Peak Challenge, held raffles, company dress down days and a ‘Great British Bake Off’ inspired bake sale, as well as three hardy souls jumping out of a plane in a sponsored skydive (details: http://www.magpas.org.uk/component/easyblog/?view=entry&id=447)

In total Irwin Mitchell raised £6,813 for Magpas Air Ambulance and were great partners in a fun packed year of fundraising. A huge thank you to the whole Irwin Mitchell team; they have contributed to us being able to continuing to support people in the region who depend on our lifesaving services.”


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Fox Narrowboats – a year of fundraising for Magpas Air Ambulance

Fox Narrowboats – a year of fundraising for Magpas Air Ambulance

Fox Narrowboats, of March in Cambridgeshire, have chosen Magpas Air Ambulance as their charity of the year and are already well underway with their fundraising.

Throughout the year there is a second hand book stall at their base in the marina; so please feel free to pop in, pick up a book and get involved!

They also currently have an Easter Egg treasure hunt running, which is great fun for all the family.  

On Sunday 24th April 2016 they are running boat trips and tombola at March Town St Georges Fayre.  Boat trips are available on the hour and half hour from 10am – 4.30pm and cost £5.  These can be booked in advance by telephoning 01354 652770.

They also have a few opportunities for exclusive use skippered boat trips on specific evenings during May and June: The cost is £100 and involves a skippered boat trip for 1 ½ hours commencing at 7pm, a steward is on had to serve tea, coffee and biscuits.  The trip journeys through the town of March and its picturesque moorings and return. These can be booked by telephoning 01354 652770. These trips are idea for family celebrations and small interest group activities. The dates available are 23rd, 24th,25th,  26th May, and  20th, 21st, 23rd June.

For more information please call 01354 652770 or visit: http://www.foxboats.co.uk/

We thank Fox Narrowboats for the continued support and wish them all the best for the year ahead and their fundraising for Magpas Air Ambulance. 

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24th year of vintage steam display to raise money for Magpas Air Ambulance

24th year of vintage steam display to raise money for Magpas Air Ambulance

A couple from Sutton are once again organising the annual vintage steam display in Little Downham, in aid of Magpas Air Ambulance.

The Bygones and Organs Extravaganza features a host of vintage cars, tractors, steam engines and organs which have attracted visitors for the past 23 years.

Trevor and Linda Brown host the event each year with the help of family and friends, and have raised in excess of £15,000 for the charity to date.

Linda said, “Visitors come from all over to see the display, which takes them back to a bygone era. We’ve raised funds for Magpas Air Ambulance each year, as it’s a local cause which helps people when they’re most in need. We’re really proud to have raised so much money for them, and we hope visitors will be back this year to continue that success.”

The Bygones and Organs Extravaganza will be held on Saturday 19th March from 1pm – 5pm at Little Downham Village Hall, Main Street, Little Downham, Ely, CB6 2ST

Entry is £2.50 for adults and £2 for children and senior citizens.

more infortion here: http://www.fensvintage.co.uk/shows/little_downham/sseng.htm

A wonderful collection, for a lifesaving cause, please join in if you can!

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Huntingdonshire Regional College students gain work experience with Magpas.

Huntingdonshire Regional College students gain work experience with Magpas.

For the past six weeks we have had two Huntingdonshire Regional College Business Studies students working with the fundraising department for their work experience.

Dan Buffham (pictured above) and Henry Mann both came in to gain valuable experience of working in a diverse regional charity, working through a variety of different tasks, roles and jobs. They contributed to and learned about our database and our archiving set up and the importance of researching and updating those, as well as the need for this in our role in the community. They also participated in a wide variety of office tasks, as well as learning about, and assisted in, our charity shop. They also accompanied the fundraising team on Air Ambulance base visits and local talks, which was a great way to see how much we do within the community and how we spread awareness of our lifesaving charity.

It has been very helpful and good fun, having the two students working with us; they proved a great help with assisting with our workload, as well as joining in with our office tasks and keeping the team on their toes! Both Dan and Henry got stuck in and were open and happy to do whatever task we threw at them, and they were great credit to Huntingdonshire Regional College.

We wish them all the luck for the future as they continue their studies.

If you would or anyone you know would be interested in doing some work experience within Magpas please contact Emma on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Fundraising update: some incredible work from Magpas Supporters

Fundraising update: some incredible work from Magpas Supporters




Photos: Main: Marie Heathcote hands her cheque to the team. Above from left to right: The Butchers Arms in Knodishall giving Magpas volunteer Martin their check from a year of fundraising. Delicious cakes made by Gibbs Denley.  The Holywell-cum-Needingworth Over 60’s club present their cheque to Magpas at their AGM.

There has been some wonderful, diverse fundraising for Magpas Air Ambulance recently. Here are a few of their stories:

Magpas supporter Marie Heathcote gave up takeaways for one hundred days over winter, as a personal challenge. Marie decided it would be a great challenge for her to give up something she loves; her rules being absolutely simply: ‘100 days, no takeaways’, and she succeeded! She donated a very generous £100 to Magpas at the end of her 100 days as we are a charity close to her heart. This was a brilliant personal achievement, well done and thank you Marie!

The Butchers Arms pub in Knodishall in Suffolk kindly chose us to be their charity of the year throughout 2015, raising money through their brilliant monthly quiz night. They raised a fantastic £434 through the yearly event, and our volunteer Martin went down to Suffolk to collect the cheque and say a few words of thanks.  

Gibbs Denley, who once again have kindly chosen us as their charity of the year, have begun their fundraising this year. They have had a dress down day in the office as well as an ‘Eat Cake’ event! In total they raised a brilliant £77.50, which is a great start to the year from a loyal supporter.

We were the charity of the year for the Holywell-Cum-Needingworth Over 60’s Club throughout 2015. They raised a fantastic £350 pounds from their various events which included a raffle and jumble sale in their village hall. The Over 60’s club, like us, are a crucial part of the community, and we appreciate them chosen Magpas Air Ambulance as their charity to support throughout 2015.

These are all amazing ways that Magpas Air Ambulance supporters have got involved, donated and fundraised for us, and it truly makes a lifesaving difference.

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Could you donate a few hours a week to our charity shop?

Could you donate a few hours a week to our charity shop?

Could you donate a few hours a week? Magpas Air Ambulance needs your help!

We are on the lookout for volunteers to work in our charity shop in Huntingdon.

Are you in interested in:

Gaining work experience in a retail environment?

Learning new skills?

Working in a fun, diverse environment?

Helping your community?

And do you have some spare time?

We are looking for volunteers to work in our charity shop on weekdays between 9 and 5, our shifts are generally four hours long, although we are very flexible and we have various shifts available in both the mornings and afternoons.

We will train all of our new shop volunteers in working the till, understanding pricing and how we put out stock.

If you are interested in this opportunity please contact Ivor at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a brief outline of why you would be suited to his role as well as your availability. He can also give you any more information you may wish to know.

We would love to have you join us at Magpas Air Ambulance!

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Fundraising Air Ambulance base visits


Last week we welcomed a great range of volunteers, supporters and fundraisers to our Magpas Air Ambulance base.

On Tuesday we welcomed some local children and their families the base and learn about what the team do and see the helicopter first hand. After seeing the helicopter land, our HEMS crewmember George gave them a tour and explained all about how the helicopter works. Also present were some of our volunteers who work in our charity shop; Melloney, Robyn who brought her son and Jenny who brought her granddaughter.  It was lovely to see our volunteers getting their families, and the younger generation, interested in the lifesaving work that Magpas Air Ambulance does.

On Thursday Laura Smith who is fundraising for Magpas in a variety of ways throughout the year came up to the base to learn first-hand more about what she is raising money for. Laura was inspired to fundraise for Magpas as her friend Dan (pictured above next to Laura) is a Magpas paramedic. She will be running the Manchester marathon – her first marathon! – in April. You can sponsor Laura and learn more about her training here: https://www.justgiving.com/L-Smith4Magpas/.It’s a brilliant way of fundraising for Magpas, and we wish Laura the very best of luck!

if you are interested in volunteering or fundraising for Magpas you can find out more information here: http://www.magpas.org.uk/support-us/how-to-fundraise

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The Rotary Club of Newmarket’s carol concert raises £3,500 for Magpas

The Rotary Club of Newmarket’s carol concert raises £3,500 for Magpas

On 11th December the Rotary Club of Newmarket hosted their annual Christmas carol concert at Tattersall's Sale Ring, and this year Magpas Air Ambulance was chosen as the nominated charity for the event.

It was a fantastic, joyous event, and an incredible £3,500 was raised. This was spilt between collection buckets on the door and ticket sales, and all in aid of our lifesaving work in the region.

Our volunteer fundraiser Ann was presented the cheque at their latest meeting and gave a presentation on the work that we do, discussing our history, role in the community, the lifesaving work that we do and our 24/7 service.  

We would like to sincerely thank the Rotary Club of Newmarket, and everyone that attended for the incredible sum that was raised – it really does make a lifesaving difference.

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Gibbs Denley chooses Magpas to be their charity of the year for a second consecutive year!

Gibbs Denley chooses Magpas to be their charity of the year for a second consecutive year!

Last year Insurance and Financial Services group Gibbs Denley chose Magpas Air Ambulance to be their charity of the year and raised a fantastic £1776.34.

Gibbs Denley, who have three offices in the region in Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds and Chelmsford raised money through a variety of events including coffee mornings, a dress down day, having collection tins in their branches and a raffle.

We are delighted that Gibbs Denley have now decided to make us their charity of the year for a second year running, and have planned lots of exciting ways to fundraise and spread awareness of Magpas in the community.

We would like to thank all at Gibbs Denley for their continued support and look forward to joining them in their fundraising endeavours throughout 2016 – it really does make a lifesaving difference. 

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Continued support from Waitrose in Newmarket

Continued support from Waitrose in Newmarket

On Thursday the ladies form Waitrose in Newmarket came up to the Helimedix base and presented the team with a cheque for £203, all raised though the ‘Community Matters’ initiative, from last year, where they a raised a brilliant £203!

They also informed us that Magpas Air Ambulance will be the stores charity of the year throughout 2017, which is fantastic news.

A huge thank you to Tina and all the Waitrose Newmarket team for their continued support, it really makes such a difference. 

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The Honda Owners Club support Magpas!

The Honda Owners Club support Magpas!

Our Helimedix team welcomed representatives from the Honda Owners Cub to our base on Thursday and were presented with a cheque for an incredible £600!

This was due to fundraising for a 'blind auction' at their Christmas dinner event last year; a fun, inventive and brilliant way to raise money for our 24/7 service.

We all would like to thank representatives Roger, Nina, Jim, Anita, Paul, Kim and all of the Honda Owners Club for their generous donation; it really does make a lifesaving difference. 

In amendment to our previous post, we would like to clarify that the generous donation was from the entire Honda Owners Club, and not simply the Cambridgeshire branch as originally stated.

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Enthusiastic HRC students lend a hand at Magpas

For the past six weeks we have been hugely fortunate to be joined by Tom Gaudin and Ilayda Bulbal, two Huntingdonshire Regional College students assisting us in our fundraising department as part of their work experience.

Both Tom and llayda got stuck in to a huge variety of tasks; from administration, database entry and general paperwork, to helping stock and sort our charity shop and joining the team out on fundraising ventures.

We hope they gained some valuable experience working both in the charity sector and within the community with us at Magpas, we certainly enjoyed having them with us, they were great fun and showed commitment and a willingness to get involved. We will miss them and we thank both Tom and Ilayda for all their hard work and good luck with their studies!

If anyone else would be interested in any work experience please contact us on: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Whittlesey bowl us over with their generous support!

Whittlesey bowl us over with their generous support!

On Monday night Whittlesey Manor Bowls Club kindly presented Magpas with a wonderful donation of £760 at their AGM. They have supported us throughout the year through a wide variety of events, including the annual Peter Bavister Memorial Tournament.

Magpas volunteer and former patient Mark picked up the cheque on our behalf. A huge thank you to Whittlesey Manor Bowls Club for their continued support, it really makes a huge, lifesaving difference. 

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Alex ran Chicago for Magpas!

Alex ran Chicago for Magpas!

In October Alex ran the Chicago marathon - all in aid of Magpas Air Ambulance!

In the baking heat, Alex ran the marathon in a brilliant time of 4 hrs 13 min. Alex was carrying a knee injury but he still beat his PB time by 6 minutes! A brilliant achievement, and one that his brother and two friends were there to witness, which they then celebrated by having a few days sightseeing (and recovering) in the windy city.

Alex raised an incredible £1602.51 for Magpas, a phenomenal amount. Congratulations and thank you Alex!


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Peter Lane St Ives support Magpas!

Peter Lane St Ives support Magpas!

Catherine from Peter Lane & Partners Estate Agents came down to the Helimedix base to present our team with a cheque from all at the Peter Lane St Ives branch for a fantastic £342!

They did a huge amount of fundraising for us throughout the year, culminating in participating in our Orange Day.

Thank you to all at Peter Lane St Ives for making a lifesaving difference!

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