Emergency Medical Charity Magpas thank people for donating and keeping the Helimedix going

A BIG THANK YOU TO THE FENS AND CAMBRIDGESHIRE FROM US ALL AT MAGPAS, YOU HAVE SAVED LIVES - BUT THE BATTLE FOR THE CHARITY’S SURVIVAL ISN’T OVER YET!

The Emergency Medical Charity would like to thank all the individuals, families and businesses from around the Fens, Cambridgeshire, the Eastern region and the world, for your wonderful donations.

This is a prime example of people power! Here are just some of the thousands of comments of support we have received so far, since we launched our fundraising campaign:

“Thank you to you all, for the superb service you give to us. My son had a motorcycle accident several years ago and a Magpas doctor was the first to respond. We shall always be grateful for the immediate attention he received. Good luck with your campaign.”

“Dear Helimedix, thank you for saving lives - and quality of life after awful accidents. Keep Magpas alive!”


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“Good luck – we’ve fortunately never needed your services but we support all you do. Thank you for everything you do. Sorry it’s not more.”

“I would like to take this opportunity to express my admiration and appreciation towards the invaluable and remarkable service which you provide to our community.”

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“Thanks for the fantastic response in attending to my mother in law recently. She is now well on the mend and going to her local care centre in Rye.”

“Keep up the good work, you are all amazing!”

“In memory of Simon.”

Below is just a sample of the people and companies who have chosen Magpas as their charity:

Wisbech St Peter and St Paul’s Ladies Group, Cambridge United, Richard Godfrey Photography from Fenstanton, Huntingdon Garden & Leisure Ltd, Hayley Lawrence from Huntingdon, G. Goulden from Suffolk, Dave Hodder, The Ward Family from Norfolk, Peter Biggs, Frances Clifford, A & J Scambler & Sons, Nigel Brown from Cambridge, NFU, Thames Laboratories, Littleport & District Domino League, Christmas raffle - Kettering Hospital, Debbie Gray, Brian & Barbara, The Fordhams, The Salisbury family from Peterborough, Clare Morris from Cambridge, Robin Chandler, Michael Mead, The Davis Family from St Ives, Brenda Evans, Rachel Sutcliffe, John Taylor, Alan Weeks, HB Cambridge, Bourn Health & Fitness Club Cambridgeshire, Little Thetford WI and Friday Line Dance Club, Darley Stud MGMT Co Ltd in Newmarket, St Catharine’s College, Anna Risby, Becky Kelly, Linda Marks, Jane Longhurst from Cambridgeshire, David Blackadder, Maureen Chapman, Elizabeth Ward, John Carr, Susannah Leggatt, Rob Somekh, David Greenfield, S. J. Wootton.

Because of these people and many others; Magpas can continue to provide the best critical care in the UK for another month, thanks to �25,000 of donations in December. But we are still appealing for people to get behind the charity.

All the time the public donate, Magpas will continue to respond to medical emergencies. But without your support there will be no Magpas! So come and join our team and become a life saver, by donating a minimum of �1 to The Emergency Medical Charity.

To donate, please log onto: http://www.justgiving.com/1-in-a-million

Or send your donation to: Magpas, 105 Needingworth Road, PE27 5WF. All cheques should be made payable to Magpas. Tel: (01480) 371 060

THANK YOU!

Imagine the scene of an emergency incident anywhere in the East of England. A loved one is seriously ill, injured or trapped and the Ambulance Crew is asking for medical support. That’s where Magpas Helimedix comes in, giving critical on the spot emergency care. We have over fifty highly qualified medical professionals on board, who volunteer their time to work with Magpas. Our team is always manned by a consultant or doctor and a paramedic. Magpas provides the whole of the Eastern region with the best critical care in the UK, day and night.

Our medics were tasked to over 900 medical emergencies across the East of England in 2010

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