Be a Stay at Home Hero for Cornwall Air Ambulance

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Be a Stay at Home Hero for Cornwall Air Ambulance

Published at 11:13am 9th April 2020. (Updated at 11:18am 9th April 2020)

Want an excuse to dress up as a superhero?

Of course you do!

Well, Cornwall Air Ambulance has launched a new campaign to encourage people to play their part in supporting front-line workers during lockdown.

The NHS and Air Ambulance Crew are heroes on the front line, but the charity is reaching out and asking the public to be a Stay at Home Hero and show their support.

And that means dressing up!

Using only what can be found in the home and through a touch of creativity, they ask to share these outfits on social media and help raise vital funds and awareness during the Covid-19 outbreak.

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Stephanie Bray, Fundraising Officer for Cornwall Air Ambulance, said “It’s all about using this time positively, even if we’re stuck at home, we can all make a difference. The crew are flying every day, saving lives of those who need it most. We all still have a part to play, even if we can’t be there on the frontline, we can support them in other ways.

“We’re asking participants to donate to take part, whatever you can spare, however small, it all adds up. Due to the lockdown traditional fundraising events are postponed, so we are trying to reach the people of Cornwall in new ways, while having a bit of fun with it too!”

You can submit a photo by messaging or tagging any of the Cornwall Air Ambulance social media pages.

Visit to find out how you can get involved and donate to the charity.

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