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This website is intended to provide general information about the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Charity (LNAAC), enable supporters to make donations, play our lottery scheme or buy LNAAC endorsed products. 

We do not offer any medical advice through our website. 

We do our best to provide you with accurate and up-to-date information. However, LNAAC cannot be held liable for damage or misunderstanding arising from the information displayed on this website. We do not accept any warranty or guarantee either explicitly or by conduct and do not make any assurances with regard to the accuracy and completeness of the supplied or referred information. The use of our website and all other linked websites and pages with which it is connected and their contents is at the user’s own risk. If a visitor to our site chooses to visit a linked page from our website, they do so at their own risk, and should adhere to the linked site’s terms and conditions. 

Neither the LNAAC, nor any other party involved in the production, provision, design, or maintenance of the entire LNAAC website or individual parts thereof or of the pages or presentations linked to ours is liable in any form for any direct or indirect damage, or damage with or without fault which may occur as a result of access to, the use of, or inability to use the website of the LNAAC or the information presentations to which it is linked. Before using or applying our products or services, the user information enclosed with these products must be heeded. 

These internet pages also contain information from third parties, such as news items and event information and suggest links to other websites. Wherever possible, these are marked accordingly. We cannot accept any liability for information provided by third parties. 

All pictures and information on the website, insofar as they are reproducible, are protected by copyright or by other industrial property rights. The use and reproduction of this information is not permitted without the prior written consent of LNAAC. 

We reserve the right to change the contents of the website without previous warning whenever we consider this appropriate. No liability ensues from this. 

Sweepstakes are a fantastic way to raise vital funds for our life saving service while engaging your colleagues in a fun way. There are rules set out by the Fundraising Regulator and Gambling Commission on how they have to operate. Please see below and if you have any questions email [email protected].

    • Everyone taking part in this sweepstake must work at the same physical location, you cannot run a sweepstake across multiple sites.
    • You can only sell to colleagues, not to visitors or customers.
    • All players must pay the same price to enter.
    • You can only sell physical to colleagues at your place of work, you cannot sell tickets online, via email or over the phone.
    • Money collected from sweepstake tickets can be divided between prize money and the Charity, or you can offer a separate prize and pass all the proceeds to the charity.
    • Reasonable expenses may be deducted from the proceeds.
    • A physical ticket must be provided to each player,  but there are no specific requirements for what needs to be printed on the ticket.

LNAAC has multiple social media platforms including (but not limited to) Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok and YouTube. The main pages are run, monitored and maintained by the Communications and Marketing team with input from other key departments and the charity’s senior leadership team. 

The main charity pages are generally monitored from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays. Our social media platforms are used to raise awareness of the charity and the work it does, recognise the work of our volunteers and share the successes of those who fundraise for LNAAC. 

Across all platforms, LNAAC reserves the right to remove comments if they are offensive or deemed to violate the LNAAC social media policy. 

We may remove your comment if: 

  • You have used offensive language 
  • You have made defamatory comments about someone employed by or associated with the charity, or about the charity itself 
  • You have posted the same message repeatedly (spamming). In this circumstance, if your comment does not violate other social media guidelines, one comment or reply will remain on the page 
  • Your comments could be perceived to be threatening or abusive 


What constitutes as offensive language? 

A message, post, or comment which includes: 


Pre-election period (Purdah) 

Please do not use any of our pages, profiles, or social media platforms to promote party political messages or other content. We will remove any comments that may be seen to compromise our obligation to maintain political neutrality. 


Blocking, unfollowing, or muting on social media 

If an individual continually (on multiple occasions) violates the above specified social media guidelines the LNAAC reserves the right to block their account indefinitely.