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Ford dealer Gates donates Kuga Plug-in Hybrid to Essex & Herts Air Ambulance



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A Ford dealership is helping the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Trust (EHAAT) carry out its life-saving work by providing it with a new vehicle.

Gates, which has a branch in Stansted Road, Bishop's Stortford, handed over the keys to the Kuga Plug-in Hybrid at the helicopter emergency medical service's new North Weald airbase.

The car, which will be used by the charity's staff and fundraising team, replaces a Mondeo given to them by Gates when the company began its support of the air ambulance in 2019.

From left, Gates' John Belton and Ann-Marie Camp with EHAAT's Pam Withrington, Sebastian Clark and Chris Eagle. Picture: Steve Brading (53298649)
From left, Gates' John Belton and Ann-Marie Camp with EHAAT's Pam Withrington, Sebastian Clark and Chris Eagle. Picture: Steve Brading (53298649)

"As a charity which receives only limited support from the Government, we depend on the generosity of individuals and businesses such as Gates," said EHAAT's fundraising and marketing director Pam Withrington.

"We are committed to making the very best choices, not only for our staff and for our community but also for the environment, so we are extremely grateful to the company for this generous gesture of a hybrid vehicle."

John Belton, Gates' joint managing director, said: "We are delighted to continue our support of Essex & Herts Air Ambulance by making a contribution towards the life-saving work it carries out on a daily basis."



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