Wiltshire, England does not lack in residents who care about the medical flight service provided by the Wiltshire Air Ambulance. Earlier this year, we read reports about former patients running a marathon to raise money for the charity. Now Hayden’s Bakery in the market town of Devizes , Wiltshire declares its support by donating £1,034 to the organization. In addition to this, a team from the bakery decided to participate in the 52-mile White Horse Challenge, which took place on 9th July, and further raise money for the charity.
Hayden’s shows Exceptional Support with Sweet Treats
The bakery chose Wiltshire Air Ambulance as their supported charity on presented the organization with a cheque at their head office. In the process, several Hayden’s employees also took a tour of the facilities and donated a sweet selection of pastries and cakes that will keep the crew going. The donation made by Hayden’s was a result of several fundraising drives, which included raffles and cake sales.
The bakery’s managing director John Larsen was quoted as saying that they were proud to provide support to a vital community source. With their visit to the WAA head office, they were able to gain a better perspective about the importance of the medical flight service to Wiltshire and the nearby communities. Larsen also said that the team looks forward to further supporting the charity in the future.
Hayden’s Further Provides Support to Wiltshire Medical Flight Service
True to their words, the team at Hayden’s decided to participate in the White Horse Challenge on 9th July. The challenge comprised of a 52-mile walk, wherein the team left for Marlborough at 7AM and camped there overnight. They then headed back home the next day. Hayden’s also handed out cakes to walkers along the route during the two days of the challenge.