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.
EXCELLENCE in the community - March 28th 2019
On Thursday March 28th, Sally attended the Excellence in the Community Awards hosted by the High Sheriff of Shropshire.
The Henry Angell-James Memorial was presented with an award to reflect the outstanding commitment and enthusiasm shown to the task of installing as many AEDs in local communities throughout Shropshire and the West Midlands.
Sally was thrilled to receive the award on behalf of the Charity - More News
Sally Angell-James talks about what inspired her to start the charity , its purpose and how to apply. Please watch the videos below