Husband, Father, Friend.
Henry Angell-James died suddenly in October 2017, aged 54, having suffered a cardiac arrest on his regular train home from Birmingham to Shrewsbury. In his memory, the Angell-James Family is on a mission to help save the lives of others by raising money to buy Free Public Access Defribillators, sometimes also referred to as Automated External Defribrillators (AED’s).
Working with the West Midlands Ambulance Service we hope to buy as many AED’s as possible, identify key locations and install them across Shropshire and the West Midlands.
If you would like to get involved, donate or partner with us please register your initial interest by email firstname.lastname@example.org
or any of the trustees listed below.
Week Ending: Sunday Oct 18th 2020.
Last week was a busy week for the charity with the Chairman Sally Angell-James being featured on BBC Radio Shropshire, ITN Central and in the Heart FM twitter feed.
The press was led by our Partner, the West Midlands Ambulance Service Trust - Restart a Heart Day on October 16th..
And the Charity being featured on the WMAS website:
Sally was also featured in the Shropshire Star.
And we are off!
Sally Angell-James with West Midlands Amubulance Service’s Cliff Medlicott and Rev Yejide Peters of St Alkmunds Church launching the charity in Shrewsbury today.
This is the first AED in the West Midlands that the Trust has donated and we are very excited about installing one in the town centre.
Don’t forget if you wish to apply for an AED in your community to contact us and if you wish to donate see the orange button!
Sally Angell-James talks about what inspired her to start the charity , its purpose and how to apply. Please watch the videos below