Our People


Ben Myer

Critical Care Paramedic / Clinical Manager

My role is to provide tactical management and support our team so that we can continue to provide phenomenal medical and trauma care to the people of Essex and Hertfordshire. I embrace the challenges ahead and know that we will carry on providing great care to our patients.

Laurie Phillipson

Critical Care Paramedic / Clinical Manager

In 1998 I started my career in the ambulance service and in 2002 I was seconded to Essex Air Ambulance as a HEMS Paramedic for 5 days a month. In 2014, after completing over 1500 flying missions and a Masters in Critical Care, I applied and succeeded as Essex Clinical Manager.

Scott Mcllwaine

Critical Care Paramedic / Clinical Operations Manager

I started my career in the public services with the Police Force as a Special Constable. Before joining EHAAT I worked at London Air Ambulance as an Emeritus Paramedic; I am now the Clinical Operations Manager and work to ensure smooth running of operations.

Tony Stone

Critical Care Paramedic / Patient Liaison Manager

I started in 2014 as a Critical Care Paramedic and became a Patient Liaison Manager in 2017. As a PLM, I signpost former patients to support organisations, and stay a part of their journey to recovery. I love working for EHAAT and being part of a truly life-saving cause.

Adam Carr

Critical Care Paramedic / Patient Liaison Manager

I’ve worked in the ambulance service as a Paramedic for 14 years with my career being angled towards working on the Air Ambulance as part of the Pre-hospital medical team. I achieved this in 2013. In addition, I’m now Patient Liaison Manager, delivering patient care post-accident.

Dr Ali John Watts

Pre-hospital Care Doctor

Previously, I have worked as an Aeromedical transfer Doctor, Brands Hatch Trauma Doctor and Crowd Doctor at Fulham Football Club. I enjoy the challenges that come with the job and helping those who most need it.

Dr Katja Ruecker

Pre-hospital Care Doctor

Dr Stellios Elia

Pre-hospital Care Doctor

My previous work experience has been as an A&E Doctor, working in London and Sydney. I enjoy working with a dedicated team to make a positive difference to people’s lives. To un-wind from work, I enjoy playing squash, going for a hike or to the theatre.

Dr Thomas Tarrell

Pre-hospital Care Doctor

Philip Almond

Critical Care Paramedic

My goal has always been to join the ambulance service and I lived in hope that one day I would be part of the Air Ambulance team! Being offered the Critical Care Paramedic position with the EHAAT team and working on the Air Ambulance is the highlight of my career.

Scott Wallman

Critical Care Paramedic

I am a HEMS Emeritus Paramedic and joined EHAAT 2016. One of the best things about working for the Charity is the people. Everyone has the same drive; to provide critical care to those in need and the efforts made to keep the helicopter flying by all supporters is amazing.

Gaynor Wareham

Critical Care Paramedic

I completed my paramedic training in 2006, and during my time in the ambulance service I’ve had a variety of roles, my most recent role being a Team Leader for the Hazardous Area Response Team. I feel very privileged to work for the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance.

Louise Rosson

Critical Care Paramedic

I've worked for the East of England Ambulance Service for 7 years and practiced as a Paramedic for 5. It's amazing to have the opportunity to work for EHAAT to widen my knowledge and skills in patient care. It’s great to work for a driven, proactive Charity with an experienced, friendly team.

James Samouelle

Critical Care Paramedic

It’s amazing to be a part of the HEMS team, I get to learn from brilliant colleagues every day who are at the top of their game. Prior to EHAAT I worked for the East of England Ambulance Service before joining the Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) in 2011.

Joe Dowsing

Critical Care Paramedic

I joined EHAAT in 2017 after 9 years with the East of England Ambulance Service, including 3 years as a clinical educator. It is a real privilege to work as part of the Charity’s HEMS team, and I like the fact that people are always pleased to see us!

Chris Keeliher

Critical Care Paramedic

Before working for EHAAT I spent 14 years working for the East of England Ambulance Service. I’ve been a Paramedic for 11 of those year. My job is amazing, and it’s a privilege to know that I have been able to do everything in my power to ease someone’s suffering.

Colin Treece

Critical Care Paramedic

Dan Davis

Critical Care Paramedic

Dan Dutfield

Critical Care Paramedic

Alex Hartley

Critical Care Paramedic

I joined EEAST in 2009 and qualified as a Paramedic in 2014. For the last four years I have also volunteered as a Paramedic for Norfolk Accident Rescue Service. I’m passionate about providing high quality patient care and enjoy meeting new people along with working in a highly motivated team.

Jakob Humphrey

Critical Care Paramedic

I graduated from University of Hertfordshire and registered as a Paramedic in 2013. I worked for London Ambulance Service for five years before joining the Charity. I enjoy working for EHAAT as I am able to serve the counties where I have grown up, gone to school and university and now live.

James Mullett

Critical Care Paramedic

I began my career as an NHS Paediatric Nurse. In 2004 I joined London Ambulance Service before moving to EEAST in 2008. I’m passionate about making a positive difference to my patients and being able to provide treatment and reassurance to people to improve their situation in times of need.

Simon Probert

Critical Care Paramedic

Dr Ben Clarke

Pre-hospital Care Consultant

I have spent 5 years with EHAAT as a Pre-hospital Consultant and a Consultant in emergency medicine at RLH. I trained as an emergency physician in Australia, worked as a trauma physician with Queensland Ambulance Service and also in aeromedical retrieval.

Dr Roger Bloomer

Pre-hospital Care Consultant

I started with EHAAT in 2012. Previously, I worked for the HEMS services in London and Australia. Since 2016, I've been a Consultant for EHAAT, seconded for 1 day per week from my NHS job as a Consultant in Anaesthesia and Major Trauma at King's College Hospital.

Dr Matt O’Meara

Pre-hospital Care Consultant

David Kerr-Sheppard

Chief Pilot

I served in the RAF for over 30 years, predominantly on the Sea King Search and Rescue aircraft. I joined EHAAT in 2008 and I’m now the Chief Pilot at the Essex Airbase. I work closely with the Operations Director to ensure we operate safely within the stringent regulations.

Jim Lynch

Chief Pilot

Nick Clarkson


I started in the Royal Navy as a Marine Engineer and Diver & left to pursue a career as an Airport Fire-fighter. This took me to the USA and Trinidad & Tobago where I gained the necessary experience to work in a HEMS Operation such as the EHAAT.

Mark Holmes


It's always been my ambition to be part of an Air Ambulance crew. I am now employed by Specialist Aviation Services with EHAAT. My flying career began at London Southend Airport instructing on Robinson and Bell Helicopters. I then moved on to fly Twin Squirrel helicopters commercially.

Ben Procter


After the Royal Marines, I worked as a private security contractor in the Middle East and Africa and then embarked on an aviation career. I spent 14 months carrying out flight training and then after 18 months working, I secured my job with Specialist Aviation Services and EHAAT in 2016.

William Hordley


I joined EHAAT in 2016. My previous flying experience involved flight instruction on R22 and R44 helicopters. It is a great privilege to be part of EHAAT working alongside such a professional team. As co-pilot I help navigate and assist the captain during the flight phase of an emergency call.

David Kelly


When I was 18 joined the Royal Navy as an aircraft engineer. I completed 10 years of service. After 4 years of working for a defence company I went to Florida to learn to fly. I am very proud to now be part of the professional and dedicated EHAAT team.

Jonathan Trower


I am Managing Director at DC Advisory, a corporate advisory firm and own a local farming business. I have lived most of my life in Hertfordshire and Essex and have been involved with various local charities. I was delighted to be invited to join the board of Trustees in 2016.

Phil Caborn


I am the Managing Director for the Anglian Radio Group. I became a Trustee in 2006 and feel privileged to have worked with so many talented, caring and passionate people. I've been part of the treks to Peru, Cambodia, Italy and Tanzania, which raise vital funds for this life-saving Charity.

Anni Ridsdill Smith


I started as a volunteer trainer for EHAAT and became a Trustee in 2011. I am proud to support the Charity in helping them make a difference to people’s lives. I’m a freelance Trainer in commercial aviation and my hobbies include being a Stand Up Paddler and racing nationally.

Ramzi Freij


Roy Marfleet


I am the Chairman of MDS Civil Engineering Ltd. I have been a rugby referee for 25 years and I am currently a time keeper for the Premiership. Since 2012 I’ve been a helicopter pilot and currently fly a Robinson R66. I’m looking forward to the challenge of supporting EHAAT.

Darren Hayward


I am the Managing Partner of Nockolds Solicitors and have been a Trustee since 2009. It’s a huge privilege to be a part of EHAAT. The drive, passion, and enthusiasm of those involved is infectious, with everyone working towards one simple goal, to save lives - and it’s saved countless!

Clive Gilham


I am director of several local enterprises and a chartered accountant by qualification. In my spare time I enjoy cycling, walking and travelling to other parts of the world. I admire and respect the Charity and am keen to help it continue to grow and flourish.

Claire Smith


Alongside being Director of my own company, I am the County Chairman of a national charitable organization and a Trustee for Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust. I am deeply passionate about seeing EHAAT flourish, having had direct experience when they treated my daughter.

Andy Tunningley


I work in London for investment manager, BlackRock, commuting from Witham in Essex. I hope to bring a wealth of finance experience to the Charity. I've already been involved as a member of the Charity’s Investment Advisory Committee.

Jane Gurney

Chief Executive Officer

EHAAT has developed so much since I joined in 2003, and it is still a special Charity to work for. I love the variety of my role, working with a huge range of supporters across the counties. I was honoured recently to receive the IoD East of England Director of the Year Award in the Public/Third Sector.

Cliff Gale

Operations Director

My role involves ensuring the Charity gets value for money from contractors providing our aviation services and support them in maintaining safe operation. I represent EHAAT at aviation-based committees and work with contractors and medical colleagues to provide clinical excellence.

Dr Ronan Fenton

Medical Director

I am a Consultant Anaesthetist at Broomfield Hospital and joint Medical Director of Acute Committee Mid & South Essex Success Regime. I am currently the Medical Director of EHAAT & and I’m delighted to be able to contribute to developing the Pre-hospital Care system in the East of England.

Stuart Elms

Clinical Director

I work with the Medical Director and CEO to provide support, guidance and advice across all clinical issues and with the Operations Director on business operations and strategy. As Registered Manager for CQC I manage our regulated activities to ensure exemplary clinical delivery.

Pam Withrington

Fundraising and Marketing Director

I joined the Charity in 2006. As Fundraising and Marketing Director, I develop and oversee new initiatives that generate vital funds and raise awareness of the Charity’s work. I manage an enthusiastic team dedicated to providing the best Helicopter Emergency Medical Service for Essex & Herts.

Jonathan Ager

Finance Director

I'm a Chartered Accountant and responsible for all of EHAAT’s financial activities. I joined in 2017 having spent 15 years in the motor industry in financial and managerial roles. Bringing my commercial experience, I am relishing the opportunity of working in the charity sector.

Caroline Beresford

Head of HR

I joined in 2013 and am responsible for all aspects of day-to-day Human Resources. This involves everything from handling HR issues to undertaking all associated administration. I’m extremely proud to be supporting all the hard working Staff and Crew within the Charity.

Sarah McLachlan

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow

I completed a PHD in Psychology in 2010 and have since worked at Keele University and Kings College London on a variety of health-related research projects. I enjoy working with a diverse range of people and having the chance to apply my research skills to solve problems.

Clare Calder

Executive Assistant

Since I joined the Charity in April 2008 my main role has been to provide support to the Chief Executive Officer. The days I spend here are incredibly varied, interesting and busy!

Julia Gowers

Receptionist / Administrator

I have been a Receptionist for various organisations and am very proud to now work for such a fantastic charity. I enjoy meeting visitors and making them feel welcome. I'm always amazed by the support from the public - the phones are always busy and post brings many donations.

Geraldine Wash


I started working for the Charity in June 2015. I carry out a range of administrative tasks and cover Reception when required.

Debbie Allery

Herts Receptionist

I joined EHAAT in 2017 as the Herts receptionist. I enjoy the opportunity to meet the volunteers and people who fundraise for us. I am proud to work for the Charity along-side such a great team, all working together to keep the Charity operational.

Matt Seccombe

Head of Retail

I have worked in retail management for over 25 years. I joined EHAAT in 2016 to grow the retail side of the Charity and to help raise funds for such a necessary service. I am lucky that my role combines my passion for retailing and my passion for EHAAT.

Kerie Lovelock

Warehouse Manager

I have worked in charity retail for nearly 30 years. I started at EHAAT in 2016 as Manager for the Ware shop. During this time, I have over seen the set up and training of staff for our shops in Royston, Buntingford and Hitchin. I have recently been promoted to Warehouse Manager.

Nicola Waddup

Buntingford Charity Shop Manager

My previous work experience has been in customer service. I love that my roles involves interacting with the public – mostly because I love chatting! I’m very sociable so when I’m not in work, I try to spend my time socialising with friends and family.

Tina Jolly

Royston Charity Shop Manager

I joined EHAAT in March 2017 when we opened the Royston Shop. Our fundraising continues to grow helped by the generosity of donations from the general public and the work of our wonderful volunteers.

Tracy Gwynne

E-Commerce Assistant

My previous experience has been in marketing, design, eBay and Amazon. I am the first in this position as our eBay store has only been launched this year. The best thing about my job is the variety. It’s like a treasure hunt – you never know what you’re going to come across!

Angela Potts

Ware Charity Shop Manager

After volunteering with EHAAT for over a year at the Ware Charity Shop and then an assistant at the Royston Charity Shop, I am now back in Ware as Shop Manager. Meeting new people is the best part of my job, so please come and say hello!

Theresa Collier

Burnham Charity Shop Manager

As Charity Shop Manager in Burnham my main aim is to make as much money as possible for EHAAT. I’m constantly amazed at the generosity of people and the support that EHAAT receives. It’s so rewarding to work for a Charity where every penny is going to a worthwhile course.

Val Pryor

Mersea Charity Shop Manager

My role is to ensure the smooth running of the Mersea Island shop and support its many hardworking volunteers. My aim is to promote the Charity and to raise as much money as possible and to ensure the Mersea shop team enjoy working in a safe and pleasant environment.

Romyla White

Hitchin Charity Shop Manager

I love the variety of working in a Charity Shop and Hitchin is a great town to run a shop in. We opened in early 2018 and I look forward to continue helping the shop grow and raise lots of money for a great Charity with the help of some great Volunteers.

John Rees

Royston Charity Shop Assistant

Before retiring, I ran a Pub and was then a Prosecutions Manager in London. I enjoy my job as it involves fundraising, but in a fun environment. Outside of work, I enjoy listening to Blues and playing Rock Music.

Laura Gibson

Burnham Charity Shop Assistant

I love that I am able to give back to EHAAT as they looked after me when I was involved in a car accident. I enjoy working in the shop as I get to interact with other people. Before working here, I worked in a school as an Admin Assistant.

Berni Stringer

Hitchin Charity Shop Assistant

I have worked in the voluntary sector for over seven years. Previous to my role as Charity Shop Assistant, I volunteered for Essex & Herts Air Ambulance at the Hitchin shop when it first opened.

Sarah French

Mersea Charity Shop Assistant

I was a nurse for 35 years before starting a retail business up-cycling furniture. Outside of work I enjoy sailing and stand-up paddle boarding, and so I help with the fundraising for West Mersea Town Regatta. I like working in the shop as it enables me to meet people in the community.

Patricia Coote

Ware Charity Shop Assistant

I find my role as Charity Shop Assistant very fulfilling. I enjoy helping the public and working with an excellent group of Volunteers.

Keith Ames


Brenda Playford

Governance Manager

My role is to ensure the Charity meets its compliance obligations. I'm also the Company Secretary which involves Data Protection, Insurance, Property Leases, Planning, Contracts, Service Level Agreements and Charity Commission Legislation.

Mark Brown

Financial Controller

My role is to oversee the financial management of the Charity. Having worked for EHAAT since 2004 I have seen the Charity grow considerably, and witnessed the vast changes in the service provided by the skilled Clinical team.

James McInroy

Facilities Manager

My role at EHAAT is to ensure that our buildings and services, current and future, meet the needs of the people that visit and work in them. Coming from a corporate background; I was previously the UK Property & Facilities Services Manager for a Global Insurer.

Chris Duncan

IT Manager

I am responsible for the maintenance and improvement of the Charity’s IT systems so that they can efficiently support EHAAT’s excellent work.

Alan Gillard

Facilities Assistant

I spent 22 years in the Army, in the Royal Corps of Signals. After that I worked in facilities management. I enjoy my job as I am able to support others to deliver their core role. Outside of work I love motorbikes and I've been on nearly all of the Charity's Motorcycle Runs!

Nicole Wastell

Lottery Manager

I joined as Lottery Manager in 2016 having previously worked in education marketing and project management. My role involves managing and developing the Flight for Life Lottery, which is a major source of income for the Charity, raising over £22 million since its inception.

Jen Townsend

Finance & Legacy Officer

As the Charity’s Finance and Legacy Officer, I’m the main point of contact for supporters who are interested in leaving a gift to the Charity in their Will. I’ve been with EHAAT since 2010 and am proud to be part of a dedicated team striving to provide this life-saving service.

Venessa Jones

Finance & Governance Officer

My role is to maintain various aspects of accounting for our Charity’s Flight for Life lottery and also assist the Governance Manager, providing support in many areas including data protection and insurances. I’m very proud to be part of a dedicated team providing this outstanding life-saving service.

Alison Durston

Lottery Administrator

Jen Wall

Volunteer & Events Lead

I joined in 2014. My role includes overseeing events and looking after our amazing volunteers. I'm fortunate to lead a hard-working team supported by dedicated volunteers. I'm proud to be part of this Charity and I'm driven to develop and improve all the areas I manage.

Jane Morton

Volunteer Manager

For the past seven and a half years I have been manager of a Community Shop, the goods and services it offers and the volunteers who work within the organisation. I love working in the third sector and making a difference to my community. I love working with people!

Sabi Stafford

Essex Fundraising Manager

I started volunteering for EHAAT in 2009 and am now Essex Fundraising Manager. I’m always overwhelmed by the generosity of our supporters; from community fundraisers, to patients whose lives have been saved by our team. It’s truly a privilege to work for such a worthwhile Charity.

Natasha Robertson

Herts Fundraising Manager

I have worked in the charity sector for over 20 years specialising in Community Fundraising. I love the variation of the role and working with community groups, individuals and companies in the county. It is a privilege and great fun working for EHAAT, no day is ever the same.

Clair Mitchell

Essex Fundraising Coordinator

I joined EHAAT in 2014 as Community Administrator and was promoted to Essex Fundraising Coordinator in 2015. It’s fantastic to work with such a motivated team and it’s a privilege to go home knowing that we’ve all played a part in keeping the helicopters flying and saving lives every day.

Jeannie Philip

Herts Fundraising Coordinator

I joined EHAAT in January 2018 and feel very proud to be a part of the Charity. I really enjoy the diversity of my role, and feel passionate about getting out in the community and meeting our supporters.

Aneta Schobelova

Essex Fundraising Administrator

Karen Chappell

Herts Fundraising Administrator

I am the Herts Fundraising Administrator. My role involves dealing with fundraising enquiries and supplying fundraisers with information and resources. I enjoy working for EHAAT, knowing that I am part of an amazing team that is out there saving lives.

Annabel McGinn

Herts Volunteer Administrator

My role brings new challenges every day, as well as keeping me on my feet and busy! I enjoy working with the Volunteers, attending events and meeting people. The highlight is seeing how much EHAAT means to the community and knowing my work is worthwhile.

Nicola Gardner

Essex Volunteer Administrator

Previous to working for EHAAT, I was in the banking industry for 17 years. I have been trying to get into the charity sector for a while. I love my role as I am able to help people support something that they care about.

Sara Crosby

Community Tin Administrator

I started with EHAAT on a temporary basis as Volunteer Administrator in March before moving to this permanent position. The best thing about my role is interacting with the Volunteers and listening to their stories.

Angela Byrne

Events Assistant

I started with the Charity as Herts Fundraising & Events Administrator in 2014, then advanced to Herts Events Administrator and am now Trust Events Assistant! I enjoy all aspects of my work through research, administration & supporting with planning and delivery of all EHAAT events.

Vikki Krause

Major Donor Officer

I liaise with and co-ordinate events for potential donors who share our vision and wish to invest in our Charity; ensuring EHAAT remains at the forefront of Air Ambulance services and Pre-hospital care. I love being part of the team and introducing influential people to our life-saving Charity.

Aderyn Gillett

Trusts & Special Projects Officer

I joined in 2003, initially working with volunteers and the media and later Communications Manager. My current role involves working on internal communication and sponsorships. I'm proud to be part of an organisation that makes such a difference to people’s lives.

Carly Lawson

Head of Marketing & Communications

I joined the Charity in 2014 and am now Head of Marketing and Communications. There hasn’t been a dull day to date! After 11 years working in the charity sector I am still often surprised by the generosity of local businesses and people of our communities, especially our dedicated volunteers.

Vicci Parkin

CRM Manager

I joined EHAAT in 2017 as CRM Manager. My role is to look after the database of all our thousands of wonderful supporters. I have been in the charity sector for over 10 years and I feel lucky to now be part of such an amazing life-saving organisation.

Amanda Georgeson

Digital Marketing Manager

Ellie Shackell

Digital Communications Coordinator

Previously, I volunteered for a conservation charity in Marketing and Events. My role at EHAAT is to assist the Communications Team with any jobs that need doing. One of my tasks is to post the Mission Reports to the website - it’s so interesting to see what the Crew have been doing!

Kayleigh Bonner

Brand & Marketing Coordinator

My role is to ensure that the Charity’s brand identity and messaging is as strong and consistent as possible. I also work on the marketing material for our promotional and fundraising initiatives, carry out graphic design projects and am responsible for internal communications.

Gavin Sherriff

PR Officer

After many years as a journalist, I moved to Public Relations with a job at a local hospice. My role is to spread the word about the amazing work done being done by staff, volunteers and fundraisers via the press, radio and television. It’s a privilege to work for such a remarkable organization.

Alex Knight


Andy Parmenter


The best thing about working at EHAAT is knowing that I am helping to keep the helicopters flying and listening to people’s stories. When I’m not working for the Charity I enjoy walking my dog and going to the gym.

Carlos Dias


I have been working for EHAAT for just over 3 years now. I joined the Air Ambulance to make a difference and I know what I am doing is helping to save lives. They are great people to work for and we are all making a difference.

Chris Park


Colin Whiteman


Connor Glanville


Conor Herberton


Craig Glanville


I have worked as an EHAAT canvasser for 6 years. Prior to this job I worked for British Gas. It is a pleasure to be part of such a great cause, helping to raise the critical funds need to keep the Charity operational and saving lives.

Darren Budd


After a career as a plasterer I joined EHAAT as a canvasser 8 years ago. It is truly rewarding knowing that you are contributing to the Charity’s success. The Charity is improving their procedures and saving more lives from the funds generated by the public's support.

Darren Green


After a long and distinguished career working as a Financial Futures Trader, I am pleased to now represent EHAAT. I enjoy informing the public of all the work we do in helping to save lives. The support and appreciation of our efforts by the public is amazing.

Donna Horsley


Gary Atkinson


After 6 years of British Gas Door to Door Canvassing I joined a team of friends canvassing for EHAAT. I find it a very rewarding job knowing that I help, as a team, to keep our helicopters in the air and saving as many lives as possible.

Gary Woolhead


I've been working for EHAAT for 5 years after many years working in the construction industry. I'm proud of the fact that in those five years I have played a part in more than DOUBLING the Flight for Life Lottery membership, providing vital funds for the Charity.

Greg Robinson


James Ettinger


I enjoy working for a Charity knowing that what I am doing is making a difference. My favourite part of the last two and a half years has been meeting the people we have helped and the hearts we have touched – a bit different to my previous life in the motor industry.

James Linnen


Jamie Singer


Jason Rosenfeld


I have worked for EHAAT for 5 years and consider it a privilege to work for such a highly respected charitable service. I love being out talking to different people with different life experiences. It makes the job so interesting, varied and keeps me enthusiastic.

John Perry


I joined EHAAT in 2014 following a long career in promotions and marketing. I enjoy speaking with the public each day, raising awareness that Essex & Herts Air Ambulance is Charity and therefore relies heavily on the public to keep operational.

Julie Corlett


Karl Cooper


I have been promoting the services of EHAAT since 2014. Although I have never personally needed their service, I have some friends that have required help. I am proud to raise awareness of the Charity and how we rely on the generosity of the public to keep operational.

Kehinde Oladokun


Kris Storrie


Lee Linnen


Lee Park


Malcolm Thompson


Mark Sawyer


Michael Budd


I joined EHAAT as a canvasser for the lottery 6 years ago, after a career in plastering. My job gives me great satisfaction knowing that we are working towards making the Charity a success through raising awareness of the Flight for Life Lottery.

Michael Kimberley


Mitch Craven


After a career as a stonemason I joined the EHAAT Lottery canvassing team. This is a Charity close to my heart and when we meet the crew we are always reminded by them of the importance that the Lottery brings.

Neil Poole


I've been working for EHAAT for 18 months now and I've always worked in sales roles. I find being a canvasser very rewarding knowing that between us and the public we keep this vital service running.

Philip Parmenter


The best thing about representing EHAAT is the powerful brand coupled with positive feedback received from the general public. I love the job flexibility as it means I can work around supporting my local rugby club and travel.

Phillip Ray


Richard Sayers


I have been a canvasser at EHAAT for 5 years after a 31 year career in the print industry. Essex & Herts Air Ambulance is a Charity that I enjoy helping and it gives me huge satisfaction contributing by raising funds for such a fantastic cause.

Robert Bright


Ronald Rossborough


I have been working for EHAAT for over 4 years. I have been fortunate enough to meet past patients of EHAAT, their survival and recovery of which could not have been achieved without the support from the public.

Ross Foley


I enjoy working for the Charity because, not only is it less stressful than my previous role as a Surveyor, but it is satisfying knowing that what I do helps to keep the Charity operational.

Scott Foley


After leaving full time education and going straight to work for National Westminster Bank, I decided banking wasn't for me. I spent several years as a postman working for Royal Mail but find helping Essex & Herts Air Ambulance far more rewarding than either.

Stacey Linnen


Stephen Myall


Steve Foster


I have been a canvasser for EHAAT for 8 years after working in the energy business. The Lottery has been critical to the Charity's ability to save lives and it is very rewarding to be part of such a tremendous Charity.

Steven Mcdonald


Stuart Voice


Terry Brown


Since 2013 it has given me great pleasure and satisfaction working as a Charity canvasser for Essex & Herts Air Ambulance. Explaining and discussing this much needed service with the public makes me very proud to be associated and part of the charities success.

Call us: 0345 2417 690

Lottery Hotline: 0345 2417 688

Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales (1108989). Registered company in England and Wales (05397840). Registered address: Flight House, The Business Centre, Earls Colne Business Park, Earls Colne, Colchester CO6 2NS.

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