A school supervisor saved by Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance is to hold a quiz and karaoke night in aid of the life-saving charity this Friday (June 1st).
Nichola Fish, 27, was involved in a serious road traffic collision on the M20 at Maidstone last September.
She suffered head, chest, abdominal and pelvis injuries and was given emergency treatment at the road-side before being airlifted to the major trauma centre at King’s College Hospital in London.
Her partner Steve Gough also suffered head and chest injuries and was flown to the Medway Maritime Hospital at Gillingham by Kent Air Ambulance’s sister helicopter in Surrey.
Nichola and Alan have since made a good recovery and are now organising a fundraising evening at St John Fisher Catholic School in Chatham where she works.
The quiz night starts at 6pm with a maximum of six players per team. For tickets, which cost £5 per person, call the school on 01634 335557 or email firstname.lastname@example.org