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Nottingham charity store celebrates funding over 150 lifesaving missions

The Children’s Air Ambulance (TCAA) charity store in Wollaton, is celebrating funding more than 150 lifesaving missions for critically ill babies and children across the UK, as the charity celebrates 10 years of vital service.

The charity store opened its doors on 31 October 2017 and is situated near Wollaton Park in Nottingham. Over the past six years the charity store has generated £592,522.55, incredibly funding more than 150 vital missions – enabling the charity to continue saving young lives.

The store has also received 42,508 bags of donated goods but continues to require support from the local community with further donations of new and preloved items, as these provide vital income for the children’s charity.

The Children’s Air Ambulance is changing the face of paediatric and neonatal care through the high-speed transfer of critically ill babies and children – flying them from one hospital to another for specialist care via the clinically designed helicopters, which provide a flying intensive care unit for babies and children.

TCAA Store Manager Emma Bramley said: “We would like to thank everyone in the local community for their support and donations over the past six years. With your support all the funds raised in our store will help to keep the vital missions of the Children’s Air Ambulance across the UK possible, as the charity receives no government funding.”

“We would like to encourage as many people as possible to continue giving their bric-a-brac, preloved items and unwanted clothing as these really do provide vital income for the children’s charity,” she added.

The charity is celebrating its 10th anniversary of providing lifesaving high-speed transfers for critically ill babies and children in 2023 and is encouraging people to visit a charity store and grab a bargain, donate unwanted clothing to one of many clothing banks, get involved in a challenge event, fundraise, or even sign up to volunteer.

To learn more, or to support the charity, please visit: or call 0300 3045 999.