The EAAA will be in the Hub at lunchtime on Monday 19 November to promote their night flight campaign and outlining the work of the charity.

The East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) charity took delivery of a new aircraft in September which will mean they are able to treat more people who become seriously ill or injured in the eastern region. Until now, the charity has only been able to help those who become sick or injured during the hours of daylight but this new aircraft will mean that the pilot, doctor and critical care paramedic crews will be able to reach those who need urgent medical treatment during the hours of darkness. The crews will now undergo extensive training and it is expected that life-saving missions by helicopter during the hours of darkness will begin by the end of the year.