Campaign against air ambulance base axe continues

By countytimes.co.uk

1 week ago

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The public engagement process over the Wales Air Ambulance Trust's proposals to close its Welshpool base was scheduled to commence on January 9th, but has now been pushed back to an as yet unknown date, writes Craig Williams MP.

After the raft of confusion and miscommunication that has surrounded the Trust's plans since they were first leaked in August last year, it is very disappointing that uncertainty regarding its consultation process remains.

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