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Cyclist Jay House, who can only walk with the aid of a stick has set off on a marathon journey that will see him ride 2000 miles in under 30 days solo in aid of the Cornwall Air Ambulance.


A Wadebridge man, airlifted by the Cornwall Air Ambulance, would like to thank the crew and everyone who helped to save his life.


A couple who were airlifted in Cornwall by air ambulance have said that their experience brought them closer together, even resulting in a Valentines engagement.


If you are looking for the adventure of a lifetime in 2013 there is still time to get involved in the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust expedition to Kilimanjaro in September.


Staff at a Port Isaac fudge retailer have found a sweet way of raising £1,000 for the Cornwall Air Ambulance after the owner’s baby son was airlifted last year.


Adventure Events promises you unique and exciting experiences, and Cornwall Air Ambulance £15,000


The Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust has been rewarded for its commitment to the environment.


Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust is very sad to confirm the news of the tragic death of our former Chairman, Mr Harold Chapman.


The organisers of the Truro Half Marathon have handed over £500 to the Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust.


Cornwall Air Ambulance reaffirms its commitment to the Isles of Scilly, as islanders concerned over helicopter closure.