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Cornwall Air Ambulance flies more than 800 missions every year bringing vital emergency medical treatment in minutes to patients across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. It does not receive any government support towards running costs and relies on the essential generosity of its supporters to keep flying, people like you.

We are pleased to announce that our club is supporting Cornwall Air Ambulance in 2019.

Taking to the skies in 1987, Cornwall Air Ambulance was the first air ambulance in the UK. It has now completed more than 26,000 missions, saving countless lives. Cornwall Air Ambulance is on scene on average in just 12 minutes in mainland Cornwall and less than 30 minutes on the Isles of Scilly. The paramedic aircrew provide pre-hospital critical care at the scene of the incident and can go on to fly the patient to specialist hospital units in Cornwall, Devon or Bristol and even as far as Swansea.

They rely on supporters for the running costs of £3.5 million a year. Anyone could need this service at any time whether local or visitor, young or old. For the half a million people who call Cornwall home, as well as the millions who visit the county, Cornwall Air Ambulance is a reassuring presence.