Medical emergencies didn’t stop for Christmas, and neither did the Thames Valley Air Ambulance. Now, as we enter the new year, the charity is reminding us how important donations are for their life saving work.
They were called out 26 times between Christmas Eve and Boxing Day alone. That's 26 families whose lives have been turned upside down.
ADAM PANTER - CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER and his team are always on the lookout for fundraising and support. They are very grateful for donations, as a charity they rely on the support of the public to keep them at the front line of saving lives.