DLRAA Receives Donation From The Railway Tea Rooms, BelperPublished On Sunday 30 Dec 2018 by Sticky Beak
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On Friday 21st December 2018, Clare Ransom donated £312.61, for the Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance (DLRAA).
Deb Hales, Anita Spyra, Clare Ransom
Clare Ransom presented Richard Fletcher Derbyshire Community Representative for DLRAA, with the money at the Cafe in Belper. They decided they would support the DLRAA with a very special Christmas Raffle and Selling Christmas Merchandise. They had some fantastic prizes donated by local business. Clare said if you have brought a ticket please pop in to the café to see if you are winner.
Richard said: “We were delighted to be presented with the money by Clare and the team at the Railway Café. Their passion and dedication to our service is amazing. DLRAA relies entirely on donations from members of the public as it receives no Government or National Lottery funding, therefore support from people such as Clare really is invaluable and goes a long way to helping to keep our lifesaving service flying and saving lives.” We would like to thank all the customers for the generosity and fantastic support they have given.
DLRAA was formed in 2008 and has carried out more than 16,200 rescue missions and saved many lives in the process, each rescue mission costing on average £1,700 with DLRAA completing on average 5-6 missions every single day, 365 days a year