Landmarks go green for GNAAS’ 20th birthday

This evening, monuments, buildings and bridges in the North East and North West, where we operate, will light up green to raise awareness of the vital work we have carried out over the last 20 years. Landmarks being illuminated in the North East are: The Penshaw Monument Northern Spire Keel Square The Lighthouse at Roker … Continued

GNAAS celebrates 20th birthday

Today marks the 20th anniversary of GNAAS being formally being registered as a charity and providing life-saving care to the region. To mark the occasion, local landmarks across the region will be illuminated green on the evening of our birthday, including the Tyne Bridge, Beacon of Light, Royal Border Bridge, and Carlisle’s Civic Centre. David … Continued

Paramedic trials jet suit in the Lakes for the first time

This is building on the success of the first exercise we carried out back in September 2020 with Gravity Industries, and have since partnered with the renewable energy leader Ørsted in February 2022. Jamie Walsh is the first critical care paramedic of his training cohort to be trained in and flying the jet suit in … Continued

Appeal for landmarks to go green for GNAAS’ birthday

On Friday 13 May, monuments, buildings and bridges across the region will be illuminated green to mark 20 years of GNAAS being an independent registered charity. Since 2002, we’ve provided life-saving care to the most ill or injured people across the North East, North Yorkshire, Northumberland and Cumbria. We do not receive government funding and … Continued

Stokesley Bike Ride raising funds for GNAAS

The Stokesley Charity Cycle Ride has taken place since 1998 and is a 30-mile leisurely ride through the North Yorkshire countryside and is suitable for cyclists of all ages and abilities. It was originally set up by founder and organiser Paul Mackintosh as a one-off event to raise money to help Chloe Brown, a young … Continued

Opus Motor Group donates bike for GNAAS raffle

Sohail Khan, from Opus Motor Group, was on a stag party with his friends in April 2017 when he took part in off road buggy racing in Penrith. Recalling the incident, he said: “The course was quite hilly with jumps on it. I was probably driving a bit too fast and went up one jump … Continued

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