Richard and Judy & The Ainsworth's give their support
Both Richard and Judy share a love for Cornwall and as advocates for Cornwall Air Ambulance, they will help shine a spotlight on the charity to help raise funds for this lifesaving service.
“We are delighted to have been asked to be ambassadors for Cornwall Air Ambulance, this is an incredibly important charity that directly saves lives and is one of the most important organisations in the county. Any one of us could need the help of Cornwall Air Ambulance at any time, so we are giving our support to the charity.
The charity has a huge impact on communities across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Its next generation helicopter allows Cornwall Air Ambulance to reach more people in urgent need of lifesaving help more quickly, but also provides its crew of paramedics and doctors with the equipment they need to deliver an exceptional level of pre-hospital care.
We would urge everyone to give their support to Cornwall Air Ambulance to help save more lives.”
– Judy Finnigan & Richard Madeley
Michelin-starred chef Paul Ainsworth and his wife Emma, who together run the renowned restaurant Paul Ainsworth at No. 6 in Padstow, are cooking up support for Cornwall Air Ambulance becoming charity ambassadors in 2018.
Stirred to support the lifesaving charity, Paul and Emma said:
“We are delighted to be ambassadors for the Cornwall Air Ambulance. Being based in Padstow, we see first-hand the vital emergency medical treatment they bring to our community and we couldn’t think of a better cause to collaborate with. We loved being involved in the success of the New Heli Appeal, helping raise the £2.5 million for the new helicopter. We’ll be supporting events held by the Cornwall Air Ambulance team and will be holding events of our own to raise as much as we can going forward.
The new helicopter will be invaluable to our community and will allow the air ambulance to carry on with the brilliant work it does for Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly”.
Jackie Southon, the charity’s Fundraising Director, said: “We are incredibly grateful to Paul and Emma for pledging their support to the the charity. As ambassadors, they will help shine a spotlight on this vital service.”