Christmas cheer!

These are our selection of seasonal pictures from across the region!

We’ll be updating these throughout the festivities, so you’ve got a picture to share with colleagues, email us at

Tesco at Jarman Way, Hemel Hempstead provided tasty treats for all the day crews working Christmas day in the Mid Herts area.Each staff member has there own goody bag packed full of treats, drinks and snacks (collected by Nick Hancock and David Platts in teh picture. Staff thanked Tesco for their gesture and also Ben Turner-Weir liaising with the store directly to arrange it.

Tesco also came up trumps for Watford Station , where staff received this wonderful hamper of goodies.



Staff at Chelmsford station are concerned for the welfare for two of their three emergency services dolls, Ambulance and Fire .
They were made by a colleague's mother and were last seen well on station on Thursday (Dec 19). Have you spotted them?

North Essex colleagues experienced a mini-baby boom this year.They held a little Christmas meet up with all the babies at Clacton station recently. The babies were all good as gold and looking forward to their first Christmas.

Harlow College ambassadors visited Harlow station and were given a guided tour and chatted with staff about careers in the ambulance service.
They also donated food parcels for the crews as part of their community projects.

Santa came early for Stalham First Responders - he was so impressed with their Raizer chair he gave them a cheque for £200 towards buying some more. Santa's cheque was courtesy of Wroxham & Hoveton Lions Club.

These three amazing hampers were delivered to Ipswich station! They were donated by a family who raised money following the passing of their father in October.

Tracy Clarkson received her Hidden Gem from Suffolk GM Alan Adams at Ipswich station. Santa was watching from the Christmas tree – so Tracy should be on his ‘nice’ list this year!

These biscuits, along with a lovely note were dropped into the HART base in Melbourn.

No jokes about the National Elf Service please!


The Tia's Treasures Team delivered a goody bag of treats to The Paramedics and Staff at The Waveney Depot, Excalibur Road, Gorleston just to show their appreciation for all that they do and to boost their morale. The gifts were greatly appreciated.







Published 19th December 2019

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