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Bradwell man’s thanks to air ambulance

PUBLISHED: 11:01 10 September 2011

Pictured presenting the cheque for £400 to the Air Ambulance crew are Tony, Kirsty and their two children alongside BFG’s Pirate Mouse.

Pictured presenting the cheque for £400 to the Air Ambulance crew are Tony, Kirsty and their two children alongside BFG’s Pirate Mouse.

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A BRADWELL man was inspired to fundraise for the air ambulance after being rescued from a life threatening accident.

Tony Cater fell 30ft while carrying out his work as a window cleaner and was rescued by the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) amid fears for his survival.

He was found to have suffered broken bones.

Tony and his wife Kirsty have family connections with local entertainment providers Big Family Get2gether, (BFG) who. alongside Top Body Gym at Englands Lane Gorleston, invited them to join their fundraising at the Gorleston Cliff Top Festival on July 31, and together they raised £200.

BFG also donated a further £200 from their Pirate and Princess themed evening at the Atlantis Arena Nightclub on August 13.

Pictured presenting a cheque for £400 to the EAAA crew are Tony, Kirsty and their two children alongside BFG’s Pirate Mouse.

Tony and Kirsty will continue their fundraising at the EAAA 10km Runway Run on September 25.

Anyone wishing to sponsor them can do so at virginmoneygiving.com/TonyCater.


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