Ever wondered what it’s like to be part of the Midlands Air Ambulance’s lifesaving aircrew?
The Midlands Air Ambulance base at Strensham will be opening its door to the public on Saturday 3rd September. The event will provide visitors with a unique insight into Midlands Air Ambulance, providing them with the opportunity to meet members of the aircrew and to take a look around one of the charity’s three air ambulances.
The event, which will take place between 10am – 4pm at Strensham Services on the M5 northbound in Worcestershire, will also host a variety of displays including historic emergency vehicles, Hawker Harrier Fuselage and a classic car display, alongside a raffle and refreshments, making it an ideal family day out.
Steve Wheaton, Head of Special Operations for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: “This is an excellent opportunity for current and future supporters of the air ambulance to come along and see how their generous donations enable us to carry out lifesaving work each day.
“Members of the public will get the chance to not only meet with members of the aircrew but will also be provided with the opportunity to look around the star of the show; the EC135 aircraft.”