Will you plant a tree for Magpas Air Ambulance?

On Sunday, 26th and Monday, 27th November, Magpas Air Ambulance is calling on the community to help plant over 2,000 trees at the site of our new airbase and headquarters in Alconbury Weald.

The new trees will help to complement the bespoke building, which has been designed to minimize its impact on the environment, as well as enhancing and improving the existing planting on site and across the wider Alconbury Weald development.

The two planting days take place within National Tree Week (25th November-3rd December) and with help from local residents and organisations, the new trees will not only help offset the charity’s carbon footprint and improve our contribution to the environment, they will also create a calm and natural surrounding for both patients and clinicians.  

But we can’t do it without you!

Could you volunteer an hour of your time between 9 am-4 pm on Sunday, 26th November or Monday, 27th November
to help us get these new trees—as well as other shrubs and plants—in the ground?

Book your planting session today!

Everyone is welcome, so bring your family or colleagues to join in the fun too.

We have dedicated time slots and areas for accessible and child-friendly sessions. You just need to come in all weather clothing, bring a pair of gloves and a shovel or spade, and we’ll provide the hot drinks, a warm welcome and the opportunity to see our new premises and find out more about this charity on your doorstep.  

With limited capacity, don’t hesitate to book your preferred time slot today—help improve the local environment, and make your community greener. 

Once all the trees are planted, there will be an opportunity to sponsor a tree on the site. More details about sponsoring a tree will be available on the day.



If you have any further questions, please contact our fundraising team who will be happy to help.