People in Rugby are being encouraged to have a post-Christmas clear out to help save lives.
Warwickshire & Northamptonshire Air Ambulance (WNAA) is calling for supporters to donate their unwanted clothes, toys and household items.
Each mission WNAA go out on costs approximately £1,700 and they receive no government funding, relying entirely on public support to keep flying.
Kerry Martin, head of retail operations for the charity, said: “The support we receive from our local communities is amazing. As we receive no government funding, we rely on our supporters to keep us flying and saving lives. Having a Christmas clear out is an easy, great way to donate to your local air ambulance.”
Kerry said keeping the service flying during the cold months couldn’t be easier. Supporters can donate their pre-loved items to the local air ambulance shop in High Street, Rugby For more information (01788) 573569.