Another “Great Innings” to help Midlands Air Ambulance “Save Lives by Saving Time”.

Vale Press were really pleased to sponsor a Sporting Club Dinner in Stratford-upon-Avon yesterday – Thursday 28th November – organised by Rugby Union legend, David Duckham MBE.

In particular we are delighted to be able to nominate Midlands Air Ambulance to benefit from the raffle proceeds at the event, where the guest speaker was England cricket legend and former test selector, Geoff Miller OBE. Geoff was an all-rounder who played for his home county of Derbyshire most of his career in the Clive Lloyd, Dennis Lillee & Viv Richards era.

Geoff was rumoured to be “the last man to field at slip with a whoopee cushion up his jumper!”

Vale Press Chairman, Lynden Stowe says: “We try and give something back to the communities where we live, work and play, and that’s why we are so keen to sponsor events like this which raise money for such a really worthwhile and important local charity.”

“At Vale we’ve printed for sporting legends, superheroes and even a prime minister. We never forget those local charity heroes who do so much good work. Midlands Air Ambulance quite simply do an amazing job.”

Midlands Air Ambulance does not receive any funding from the Government or National Lottery for its daily missions so relies entirely on the support and generosity of local people and businesses.To learn more about their work please visit: www.midlandsairambulance.com/about-us/

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Geoff Miller OBE with Vale Press director, Oliver Stowe.
Please consider printing locally with Vale Press and see our local communities benefit even more – we have fifty staff at your service running some of the world’s finest printing presses.

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