Boost for air ambulance


WARRINGTON-based housing and maintenance company Morris and Spottiswood is to support the North West Air Ambulance charity by sharing funds raised and having the charity’s logo and website featured on one of their vans which travels around the north west of England.
Tony Cahill, the company’s business unit director said: “We aim to give more exposure to the NW Air Ambulance to help raise just over £4m they need this year.”
Sue Powell, regional fundraiser for the NW Air Ambulance charity added: “We are delighted that Morris and Spottiswood has chosen to support our charity. We receive no mainstream funding and are dependant on the generosity of businesses and the public of the North West to continue with this vital service.”


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