9th – 13th September 2019
For one week every year, we team up with local Will Writer's who waive their fee for basic Will writing, donating it to Cornwall Air Ambulance. Each Will Writer has limited space, so please book to avoid missing out.
Illness and accidents don't discriminate, they can affect any of your friends or family at any time. Most people in Cornwall know of somebody who has been airlifted and you never know who might need the service next; your gift is a lasting legacy and for the people it saves, it's priceless.
Gifts in Wills fund 1 in 3 missions, your generosity will enable highly trained aircrew to help save more lives and keep more families together. You can make the difference.
A trip to the beach turned into a lifechanging experience for the Roberts family last year. Five-year-old Harry was excitedly heading towards Trevone Beach when he suddenly fell off the cliff, 6 metres on to rocks below. After suffering a serious head injury in the fall, Harry was treated on the scene in a matter of minutes by Cornwall Air Ambulance paramedics and airlifted to Royal Cornwall Hospital, going on to make a full recovery.
Harry’s mother Becky said: “We were very lucky; it could have been a very different story. Harry is doing very well now and a lot of that is down to the responsiveness of the Cornwall Air Ambulance.”
Keith was on his garage roof on a beautiful summer’s morning preparing to paint the exterior walls of his house in Porthleven when he suddenly developed severe chest pains. Paramedics from the ambulance service assessed Keith and discovered he had suffered a heart attack. With time critical, they immediately requested Cornwall Air Ambulance to transfer Keith to hospital for further treatment. Cornwall Air Ambulance got Keith to Royal Cornwall Hospital in just 7 minutes.
Wife Sharon said: “The doctors at the hospital told me he had about 5 minutes to spare. Keith’s heart damage would be a lot worse if he didn’t get there as quick as he did.”
Whatever your reason for writing a Will, after you have taken care of your loved ones, leaving a gift to Cornwall Air Ambulance will help people in their hour of need. If you would like to discuss writing a Will, please book your appointment with one of the Will Writer's below, or you can call Cornwall Air Ambulance on 01637 889926 ext. 128 for an informal chat.
Paul Finn Solicitors - Bude
The Strand, Bude, EX23 8SY
Earl & Crocker - Callington
40 Fore St, Callington, PL17 7AQ
Earl & Crocker - East Looe
Market House, Higher Market St, Looe, PL13 1BP
Earl & Crocker - Liskeard
6 West St, Liskeard, PL14 6BW
DB Law - Camborne
College St, Camborne, TR14 7DD
DB Law - Redruth
6 Green Lane, Redruth, TR15 1JT
DB Law - Penzance
3A Alverton St, Penzance, TR18 2QH
Borlase & Co - Helston
45 Coinagehall St, Helston, TR13 8EU
Coodes - Newquay
6 Cheltenham Place, Newquay, TR7 1DQ
Coodes - St Austell
St Austell Business Park, St Austell, PL25 4FD
Nicholls & Sainsbury - Saltash
131 Fore St, Saltash, PL12 6TT
Sharp & Rimmer - St Mawes
Hillhead, St Mawes, Truro, TR2 5AL
Robinson Reed Layton - Truro
Peat House, Newham Rd, Truro, TR1 2DP
Robinson Reed Layton - Penzance
Peat House, Newham Rd, Truro TR1 2DP
Braydilks - Truro
33-34 Lemon St, Truro, TR1 2NR
What your will writer needs:
Leaving a Gift in your Will can be a straight-forward process, but it is advisable to seek professional legal advice from a solicitor to ensure your wishes are being recorded accurately. There are various types of gift you can leave in your Will, and the most common are:
- A share in your Estate (Residuary Gift)
- A specific sum (Pecuniary Gift)
- A specific item
If you do decide to leave a Gift to Cornwall Air Ambulance your solicitor or Will writer will need the following information:
Full Charity Name: Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust
Registered Address: Trevithick Downs, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 4DY
Registered Charity Number: 1133295