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UK ITF student Mr Bradley May is raising money for the Great Western air ambulance.
22nd November 2012

Bradley has decided to attempt Movember to raise funds for the Great Western air ambulance

On 5th June this year whilst at work 3rd degree Bradley suffered an unexplained cardiac arrest. Due to the fast actions of his work colleagues, the local ambulance station & great western air ambulance Bradley’s life was saved. He spent four days in intensive care & seven weeks in hospital. The cardiac arrest has never been explained & Bradley now has an internal defibrillator fitted. He has recently started to re introduce himself to work & now Taekwon-do training. It is great for Stoke Gifford TKD & the UK ITF to have him back training as he has always been a very talented & valued member of the group.

Bradley has decided to attempt Movember to raise funds for the Great Western air ambulance. The Great Western Air Ambulance Charity is a charity funded entirely by voluntary donations. It operates seven days a week and attends life threatening incidents in Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire and parts of Wiltshire. They need 1.5m each year just to stay in the air. But like all air ambulances they receive nothing from the Government or the National Lottery.

Please help Bradley raise money for this very worthy life saving cause?

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