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The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) brings pioneering pre-hospital care to the scene, rescuing hundreds of severely injured or ill patients every year. We are not NHS-funded.

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Patient stories

GNAAS saved my life and I’m very grateful for their help. My mum, dad, and kids are also very grateful.

Samantha Sugden

Penrith

Patient stories

GNAAS saved my life and I’m very grateful for their help. My mum, dad, and kids are also very grateful.

Samantha Sugden

Penrith

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Air ambulance patient celebrates a decade of fundraising

Martin McGough, 60, of Norton, near Stockton, was thrown 20ft headfirst over the handlebars of his bike as he swerved to miss a sheep while doing the Coast to Coast bike ride in 2009. Since his accident ten years ago, Martin has made it his mission to fundraise for the Great North Air Ambulance Service … Continued

Local musician Stevie D raises thousands of pounds for GNAAS

Stephen Dowd, best known by his stage name ‘Stevie D’, has dedicated his life to supporting good causes since his retirement and successful battle with colon cancer. However, the 77-year-old has announced that after nine years of fundraising, his most recent charity event will be his last. The scouse busker, who now lives in Saltburn, … Continued

“I pressed my brakes and nothing happened” – Hardknott cycle crash patient relives nightmare

Vivienne Sherry, of Preston, Lancashire, was taking part in the Fred Whitton cycling challenge on Sunday 12 May which involved 114 gruelling miles around the Lake District, Cumbria. 100 miles into the journey, Vivienne reached Hardknott Pass, renowned for being one of the toughest cycle routes in the UK. The 36-year-old said: “I remember it … Continued

Air ambulance patient celebrates a decade of fundraising

Martin McGough, 60, of Norton, near Stockton, was thrown 20ft headfirst over the handlebars of his bike as he swerved to miss a sheep while doing the Coast to Coast bike ride in 2009. Since his accident ten years ago, Martin has made it his mission to fundraise for the Great North Air Ambulance Service … Continued

Local musician Stevie D raises thousands of pounds for GNAAS

Stephen Dowd, best known by his stage name ‘Stevie D’, has dedicated his life to supporting good causes since his retirement and successful battle with colon cancer. However, the 77-year-old has announced that after nine years of fundraising, his most recent charity event will be his last. The scouse busker, who now lives in Saltburn, … Continued

“I pressed my brakes and nothing happened” – Hardknott cycle crash patient relives nightmare

Vivienne Sherry, of Preston, Lancashire, was taking part in the Fred Whitton cycling challenge on Sunday 12 May which involved 114 gruelling miles around the Lake District, Cumbria. 100 miles into the journey, Vivienne reached Hardknott Pass, renowned for being one of the toughest cycle routes in the UK. The 36-year-old said: “I remember it … Continued

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