Weʼve raised £15 to raise funds for Midlands Air Ambulance and The Farming Community Network. Further details at www.fcn.org.uk and www.midlandsairambulance.com
- St. Mary’s church Blymhill
- Funded on Saturday, 9th March 2019
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To raise awareness of the FCN network within our rural farming community. The services is available to anyone in the farming community. They listen to concerns whatever they may be and respond confidentially and quickly to requests for help. They have volunteers with farming and pastoral understanding ready to help however they can. They support farmers as they seek to resolve situations.
The Midlands Air Ambulance operates three helicopters covering 6 Midlands counties as well as mid Wales. Since 1991 the charity has responded to 50,000+ missions. Each ambulance has one pilot and two paramedics or flight doctors and full life support equipment. If a patient reaches hospital within the “Golden hour” chances of survival are dramatically increased. The Midlands Air Ambulance receives no government or national lottery funding. It relies totally on donations and bequests. Each mission costs £2,500 and in excess of £9 million is needed each year to keep all three ambulances operational.
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Nov 9, 2018
Please put the following names on to your Tree of Light.Jean Lister, Helen Mann, Robert DampierThank youJan Lister
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St. Mary’s Church Blymhill
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You can offer your support by placing the name of a loved one on our Tree of Light for £5.00. Their names will be read out at our lovely Tree of Light service on Sunday 2nd December in St. Mary’s church Blymhill at 2.30pm. Refreshments follow the service.