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Sophie, Ipswich

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Meet Alison


People often say – be careful what you wish for….. I had started a new job on 1st July 2016 as a Payroll Manager and the first six months were certainly full on, stressful and trying …

Meet Briony


It started as a normal Monday morning for Alan. He got up, made his 12-year-old daughter Briony her breakfast and ironed her school uniform. They had a chat about everything and nothing. At 7.30am he …

Meet Darcy


In 2016 Stephanie received the devastating news that her five-year-old daughter Darcy had been involved in a serious road traffic collision in Bury St Edmunds. Darcy was travelling in the car when it hit the central …

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Richard Allen


Richard Allen, grew up in Essex and became Chairman and owner of the family car dealership chain, ‘Allen's Ford’.  Richard started racing in the early 60's in Ford Anglia's but retired from the track after …

Meet Luke Morgan


This is Luke’s second stint as crew with the charity, having flown here before when head of flight operations at Sterling Aviation, when he helped set up the EAAA operation at Cambridge Airport. Luke left a …

Meet Serena

Patient, Supporter

  When we talk about Only the Brave, our mud obstacle run, we often compare our crew to heroes, saying how brave they are. However, today we want to tell you about someone else we think …

Without the air ambulance I may well not have survived my accident

Mark Warren