Young patient gives new GNAAS hangar the seal of approval

The Maher family of Wallsend visited our new facility at Urlay Nook, Eaglescliffe, where the structure of the hangar has just been finished. Seven-year-old Alannah Maher was airlifted last year after she was struck in the face by a heavy-duty chain in an accident on her great uncle’s farm in Brough, Cumbria. The incident left her … Continued

Work has begun at Urlay Nook

The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) said its new base at Urlay Nook, Eaglescliffe would allow its globally-renowned pre-hospital medicine courses to expand resulting in lives saved in this region and beyond. GNAAS will move its helicopters, clinical team and charity staff to the site of the former Elementis works when the project is … Continued

Plans approved for new air base

The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) has moved one step closer to relocating to a new base after plans were approved by Stockton Borough Council. GNAAS hopes to develop a medical centre of excellence at the Urlay Nook site – formerly occupied by Elementis – with accommodation for its aircraft and office facilities for charity staff. Last week, … Continued

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