Henry Angell-James died suddenly in October 2017, aged 54, having suffered a

cardiac arrest on his regular train journey home from Birmingham to


In creating the Henry Angell-James Memorial Trust, his widow, Sally

Angell-James, with her fellow Trustees, want to help save other people's

lives by buying automated external defibrillators (AEDs) (in order that

anyone will be able to help someone suffering a cardiac arrest.)

Working with the West Midlands Ambulance Service Trust and with the help of

fund raising, their mission is to provide AEDs in public places throughout

the West Midlands. The more defibrillators that are available and used in

the community, the higher the survival rates will be achieved from cardiac


The aim is to buy as many AED's as possible, identify key locations and

install them across the West Midlands; in the centres of towns, villages and

rural communities - at sports grounds, schools, train stations, the village

shop - wherever they might be needed.

With your generous support we can create an active legacy in Henry's memory;

providing vital equipment to save lives.