Wiltshire Air Ambulance charity unveils 2021 Christmas cards

By Barrie Hudson - 7 October 2021

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  • From left: Critical care paramedic Richard Miller, pilot Simon Gough and critical care paramedic Craig Wilkins show off the charity’s new Christmas cards

    From left: Critical care paramedic Richard Miller, pilot Simon Gough and critical care paramedic Craig Wilkins show off the charity’s new Christmas cards

The Wiltshire Air Ambulance charity has launched this year's fundraising Christmas cards.

They feature festive scenes throughout the county, including the air ambulance landing outside a snowy Salisbury Cathedral and at Bath’s Royal Crescent in wintry conditions.

Also among the seven available designs is one showing the helicopter at its base, and the cards cost £4 for a pack of ten, complete with envelopes.

Wiltshire Air Ambulance community relationship and volunteer manager Cas Loudon said: “We like to feature iconic landmarks on our Christmas cards and we’re really pleased to include Salisbury, Devizes and Bath in this year’s collection, as well as our airbase at Semington.

“The funds raised from our Christmas cards will help us to continue saving lives across Wiltshire, Bath and surrounding areas.”

Christmas Cards can also be purchased from the Air Ambulance charity shop at 2 Maryport Street, Devizes.

Wiltshire Air Ambulance has also launched its 2022 Calendar, featuring images captured by Sony award-winning photographer Terry Donnelly and pictures from the charity’s own pilots and paramedics. The calendar is priced at £8.

Wiltshire Air Ambulance must raise £4m a year to continue flying and saving lives.

Cards and calendars, along with other merchandise, can be purchased via www.wiltshireairambulance.co.uk/shop

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