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April 9, 2020

Community Blog – Ways to donate at home

April 3, 2020
Community Blog - Thank you to our Supporters

Community Blog – Thank you to our Supporters

April 2, 2020
GWAAC -COVID-19 Statement

Air BP provide free aviation fuel for air ambulances on the frontline amidst COVID-19

Last week BP fuel announced that they would be providing free fuel for emergency service road vehicles across the UK. This week, they have taken the […]
March 27, 2020
GWAAC Community Blog

Introduction to Community Blogs

March 24, 2020
#FlightsforFlights

#FlightsforFlights

March 18, 2020
GWAAC -COVID-19 Statement

COVID-19 Statement

Great Western Air Ambulance Charity would like to reassure the public that during the COVID-19 outbreak our Critical Care Team will do our absolute best to […]
March 17, 2020

Hall & Woodhouse raises over a quarter of a million pounds for Air Ambulance charities

Hall & Woodhouse (H&W), the leading independent family-owned Dorset brewer, has raised £268,365 in aid of eight local air ambulance charities in the past two years. […]
March 9, 2020
There’s something in the water in Yate

There’s something in the water in Yate…

Bob Munroe and Midway Social Club in Yate, have pledged to raise a minimum of £50,000 for Great Western Air Ambulance Charity (GWAAC). Bob, who runs […]

Patient Stories

February 14, 2020

Former patient marks anniversary of day GWAAC saved his life by giving £1,000

Former patient, Robin Jaques, was involved in a high speed cycling accident in the Forest of Dean on Valentine’s Day 2019. Breaking four of his ribs […]
February 5, 2020
From crash to recovery - Martin’s story

From crash to recovery – Martin’s story

Hi, I’m Becky and I’m one of the PR and Digital Communications Coordinators at Great Western Air Ambulance Charity. I have been working at GWAAC for […]
January 27, 2020
Donate blood

Saving Oliver Berry’s life

The importance of giving blood and the impact it can have on saving someone’s life is clear in Oliver Berry’s story. Great Western Air Ambulance Charity […]
December 6, 2019

Lea’s Story

Lea had been a Lift Engineer for 28 years, and so when he was called to a maintenance job in a Bristol City Centre office in […]

Share Your Story

Did you know that if you have been treated by us the only way we can hear how you are doing is if you get in touch? We love to hear from our former patients and are always happy to welcome to our base! Please get in touch if you have been treated by our Critical Care Team by emailing pr@gwaac.com