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Our Pledge

Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance (LNAA) and Bellrose Homes are celebrating a unique partnership, which will help keep the iconic LNAA yellow helicopter flying to critical incidents and delivering life-saving treatment to patients.

Bellrose Homes has developed a Partnership Pledge with LNAA, in which £1000.00 will be gifted to this outstanding Charity upon Legal Completion of every home sold, recognising the invaluable work the dedicated doctors, paramedics and pilots do in providing pre-hospital emergency care to people living in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.  The first houses to be included in this initiative are at our latest developments of four bedroomed executive homes at Hardwick Meadow, East Barkwith and four bespoke houses and dormer bungalows at Westhall Gate, Welton.

Image: LNAA Ambucopter

Proud to Partner

Speaking about our Pledge, Tanya Taylor, LNAA’s Head of Corporate, Community and Events said:

“We are incredibly grateful for the fantastic support from all the team at Bellrose Homes Ltd. No one wakes up thinking they will need the help of the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance, but with our crews on call 365 days of the year, our highly skilled team are by the side of patients day and night, giving people with the most severe injuries and medical conditions the very best chance of survival.”

Bellrose Homes understands that with the counties being so rural, should a critical incident occur, the need for the air ambulance would be vital in bringing a life-saving crew to the scene within minutes. We are very proud to partner with LNAA, as we build more new homes in Lincolnshire. 

Image: Tim Spouge, Managing Director, Bellrose Homes Ltd and Joe Harper, Corporate Partnerships Manager, Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance at Hardwick Meadow, East Barkwith

About Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance (LNAA):

LNAA is one of the UK’s leading Helicopter Emergency Service (HEMS) charities, bringing the equivalent of a hospital emergency department to patients at the scene, giving those with the most severe injuries and medical conditions the very best chance of survival when minutes matter.

LNAA receives no regular direct funding from the Government. It needs to raise £8 million this year to deliver its life-saving service every hour of the day. It is thanks to the generosity and goodwill of supporters throughout the area that they can provide such a critical care service.

For more details on how to support this vital work, visit

Image: LNAA Ambucopter Pilots

LNAA in Numbers:

  • £8 million: The current cost of funding to keep the service operational each year.

  • 169: Thanks to tremendous public support, the LNAA flies an AgustaWestland 169 helicopter – a top of the range Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) aircraft offering head to toe access to patients in flight. The crew also carry blood on board, allowing them to deliver potentially life-saving blood transfusions at the scene. 

  • 25,755: The number of missions the air ambulance has flown since the service began operating in 1994.

  • £4,000: The average cost of each mission.

  • 24/7: The air ambulance provides a 24-hour service, 7 days a week, enabling the clinical crew to give more people than ever the very best chance of survival. This level of care ensures that the LNAA is at the forefront of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services in the UK.   

  • 3,500: The number of square miles the service covers across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.

  • 2,500,000: The number of people the air ambulance provides medical support to across Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire

  • 216mph: The aircraft can reach a top speed of 216mph and has a cruising speed of 180mph; more three times faster than a land ambulance.

  • 20: The number of minutes it takes the air ambulance to reach the furthest point in its catchment area.

  • Four: The average number of callouts a day.

Registered Charity No: 1017501