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A biker involved in a horror smash has handed over funds to say thanks to the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) which rescued him.

Father-of-one, Paul Parker, from Houghton-le-Spring, was out riding at Slaley Forest in Northumberland when he was seriously injured in January this year.

Paul has now visited the charity’s airbase along with his wife Julie and daughter Aimee to hand...
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A Middlesbrough woman has won our car raffle competition!!!

The winner, who has been contacted, was said to be “jubilant” after being told the news that she is now the owner of a brand new Kia Rio! She will be named at a handover of the vehicle next week.

With money still coming in, the annual car raffle has so far raised a whopping £124,000 for the Great North Air Ambulance Service.

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On scene in Tweedmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed this morning, where we airlifted a seriously ill man [ Bit.ly Link ]
I'm on Ward 19 at RVI at the moment and have seen you from my window coming and going many times over the past week. This one was today. Whilst watching your helicopter land and take off is great for me, I'm very aware of why you're there, and hope each time that your passenger will be okay. Keep up the excellent work you do.
2016 has taken its toll on our chief executive, however, in the run up to Christmas, he's getting in the festive spirit. He hopes some of you out there might be feeling the same way.

Find out how you can organise a festive fundraiser for GNAAS. Enter your details and we'll send you a free fundraising pack: [ Bit.ly Link ]
On scene in Tweedmouth, Berwick-upon-Tweed today, where we airlifted a three-year-old boy. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Day made #SimpleThings
Our team have been delivering training for the next generation of North-East paramedics. Proud to be associated with Teesside University BSc Paramedic Practice Programme. Great job by all! #FutureLifeSavers
Grahame Pickering, chief executive at GNAAS, said: "On behalf of the GNAAS, I'd like to express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mr Dixon, who died while giving up his own time for the benefit of others. The blood bikes teams serve the region selflessly, often with little by way of recognition, and we stand shoulder to shoulder with them in the aftermath of this tragedy."

Heartfelt tributes to 'unsung hero' blood biker who died while helping others in Hartlepool

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We are thrilled to have been chosen by fans as Carlisle United Football Club's charity partner! We’d like to thank all of those who took the time to vote for us. We’re looking forward to working with the club for the remainder of the season

United announce official charity partners

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Stunning views at a rescue in the Great Gable area on Saturday.

The patient, a walker who had fallen around 300ft had sustained non-life-threatening injuries, thankfully. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Who's spotted one of these awesome trucks while you're out and about? We <3 them!
Flying over snowy Cumbria this week. Stay safe friends! ❄
Today we were called to assist paramedics with a three-vehicle collison on the A66 near Barnard Castle. The charity sent two aircraft to the scene, one from Durham Tees Valley Airport and another from Langwathby, near Penrith.

After assessment, we flew two patients to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough for ongoing treatment. One of the patients, a woman, had sustained severe...
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The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) responds to around 1,000 call-outs every year. Here's a #throwback to a video starring paramedic Jamie Walsh explaining how those calls are received and the circumstances in which the team respond.

How we are called-out and why we respond

The Great North Air Ambulance Service responds to around 1,000 call-outs every year. Here, aircrew paramedic Jamie Walsh explains how those calls are receive...

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Some of the incidents we have attended recently include:

- An 11-month-old baby airlifted from Cumbria
- A woman seriously injured after two-vehicle crash at Kielder
- Boy, aged 3, hit by car at Norton

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Our reaction to the Autumn Statement:

As previously announced, the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) plans to build a new headquarters and Centre of Medical Excellence in the North. The project will benefit patients across the charity’s area - the North-East, North Yorkshire and Cumbria. Earlier this year, the charity applied for £1.9m of funding towards the project. The application...
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If you believe in our life-saving service then take action and plan some fun activities this Christmas. We still need many more people to pledge their support and fundraise for us. It’s over to our very own Pete Moody who has some suggestions to help you get started. Thank you to those who have already pledged their support.

Don't forget to request your free fundraising pack by visiting here:...
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