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Wales Air Ambulance is an all Wales charity providing a vital service through emergency air cover for those who face life-threatening illness or injuries. Many people in Wales live in isolated locations far from an accident and emergency service. It is widely believed that a patient’s chances of survival and early recovery are increased if they receive the right care within the first hour, otherwise known as the Golden Hour. The quick response times and the expert medical care provided by the Wales Air Ambulance crews across Wales ensure that this Golden Hour is achieved every time. Each helicopter can be launched within 3 minutes of receiving an emergency call. From the three airbases, a helicopter can be anywhere in Wales within just 20 minutes. The charity needs to raise over £5 million per year to operate the service. The charity raises all the funds required for the day to day running of missions, with each mission on average costing £1200. WAA is funded by the people of Wales, relying on the public support to help keep them flying. The charity does not receive direct funding from the government and because they are classed as an emergency service they also fail to qualify for National Lottery funding. The money is therefore raised through charitable donations, fundraising events, and membership of their lifesaving lottery. For more information on how you can get involved and support call 0844 85 84 999 or email enquiries@walesairambulance.com Donate at: www.walesairambulance.com or by telephone 0844 85 84 999 2

Contents Page 1. Contents 1 2. Foreword 2 3. A Welcome from the Mayor 3 4. Event History 4 5. MSA Spectator Letter 6 6. Spectator Code of Conduct 7 7. Event Programme 8 8. MSA British Rally Championship Press Release 9 9. Pirelli Welsh Rally Championship Press Release 14 10. FMP Rally Challenge Press Release 15 11. Spectator Route 16 12. Spectator Areas 17 13. Spectator Area - Prohibited Area Diagrams 19 14. Previous Winners 21 15. Entry List - National A (70 mile Saturday & Sunday) 23 16. Entry List - National B (70 mile Saturday & Sunday) 24 17. Entry List - National B (45 mile Sunday) 25 18. Local Amenities 26 19. Join Our Club 27 1

Spectator Guide Part 2 - Targa West
RallySport Magazine April 2017
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