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Wednesday, 01 October 2014

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£100,000 donation for North West Air Ambulance

An air ambulance that helps saves lives in Cumbria has been given more than £100,200 by one of the county’s building societies.

The Blackpool-based North West Air Ambulance has been given the money by the Furness Building Society.

Cash was raised through the firm’s affinity account scheme, which allows customers to support organisations when they open a personal savings account.

North West Air Ambulance chief executive Lynda Brislin said: “By choosing the air ambulance as your charity, you can show your support for this worthy cause and help us to continue to keep flying and saving lives.”

Cumbria is also served by another air ambulance, run by the Great North Air Ambulance.

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