Welcome to Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance
Your local Air Ambulance operating throughout Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire
Saving Lives Everyday
The Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance is a dedicated Helicopter Emergency Medical Service which first began flying operations in Lincolnshire in April 1994.
Based at RAF Waddington, south of Lincoln, our base is unaffected by road congestion, country roads, heavy vehicles or road works. Our Helicopter, we affectionately call our ‘ambuctoper’, is fully equipped for almost any medical emergency. It is permanently staffed by two paramedics and occasionally a doctor. It is capable of flying at speeds of just under 160mph and can reach any point in the two counties in less than 20 minutes. For our patients this often means the difference between life and death!
Every year we fly approximately 1,000 missions. Each year the generous people of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire help us to raise the money to do this! Please continue to spread the word, organise fundraisers, play our lottery, volunteer your time and donate to our shops. Together we can keep this vital lifesaving service operating for many years to come.
It’s our 21st Year this year and we will be celebrating throughout. On 13 May 2015 it’s our official birthday; 21 years since we first airlifted a patient. Will you celebrate with us? If you’d like to here’s how: #Frytofly
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Charity pint raised for the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance
trentbarton buses have joined forces with Magpie Brewery to help create a special ale that will help promote a road safety message whilst raising 6p a pint for Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance.
Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance’s Knights in shining, and very heavy, armour raise over £500
Paul Spence and Kyle Senior decided that running 10 Kilometres in 50 lbs of real armour would be a great idea. It was a great idea for the Air Ambulance; it helped raise over £500.
The £1,000 winning lottery ticket for 24th April is ticket no. 73937 from Newark.