In October 2013, there was a dreadful road traffic accident involving the wife of Norfolk referee Peter Venables. This incident involved not one but two air ambulances. Mrs Venables was taken by air ambulance to hospital and we are pleased to say she continues to make progress in her recovery.
Established as a charity in 2000, the EAAA runs dedicated, highly skilled medical crews on the specially equipped helicopters. These helicopters have helped to save the lives of hundreds of people unfortunate enough to be involved in accidents or medical emergencies in this region.
£2,400 is needed each time an air ambulance takes off, meaning a substantial investment is needed to keep this vital service operational. The aim is to raise as much money as possible for this essential service with 100 Norfolk referees cycling 100 miles for the EAAA. Family and friends will also be joining Peter and the referees.
On the day, we will be assembling at Carrow Road, Norwich City FC, for a 08:30 start, heading out on the A140 to Sheringham. We will then go all the way along the coast road to Great Yarmouth, before heading back to Norwich via Acle, South Walsham and Thorpe End!
Please click on the following link http://www.justgiving.com/owner-email/pleasesponsor/banham100 to sponsor the Chairman in this challenging task for a fantastic cause.
Should you wish to join the cyclists, please contact Peter Venables on 01953 457731/07788125369 or via email@example.com for more information about taking part or getting involved.