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Annual Music Festival to Back Thames Valley Air Ambulance Service


The annual Towersey music festival this year will be backing the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Service. The festival will feature performances by famous artists including Newton Faulkner and KT Tunstall. The life-saving service in Thames Valley will be getting a shining endorsement from the festival, which will take place for three days in Thame.

Festival to Feature 100+ Acts

This year’s Towersey music festival will be held in the Thame Showground for a period of three days – from August 25 till August 28. There will be a dozen stages, which will feature more than 100 acts throughout these three days. In addition to performances my music artists, the festival will also have street theatres, gourmet street food, workshops for all ages, films, comedy, and other events.

According to the director of the Towersey Festival, Joe Heap, they will be continuing their support for the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Service. This support is mainly due to the life-saving service provided by the air ambulance across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire. Heap made this statement during his visit to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance base in RAF Benson.

About the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Service

Thames Valley Air Ambulance has also expressed their gratitude towards the Towersey Festival organizers for their support. The charity’s Senior Fundraising Manager, Ruth Dunkin, has stated that they have exciting plans they will be revealing soon. The Towersey Festival hopes to raise some funds to help fund the air ambulance’s operations.

The Thames Valley Air Ambulance team provides life-saving support to patients in the region. On an average, their helicopters respond to three incidents per day. The elite crew can perform various life-saving procedures such as treating major traumas, open heart surgery, and inducing coma. Their helicopters are equipped with high-end equipment like defibrillators and chest compressors.

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