EMICS are proud to be supporting the 2021 Robin Hood Half Marathon alongside St John Ambulance Service. 10,000 runners will take part in this picturesque route along Victoria Embankment, River Trent, past Nottingham Castle, Robin Hood statue, The Park and Wollaton Park. This is a fantastic event for Nottingham residents & those from further afield to […]
EMICS are proud to be supporting the Karate Union of Great Britain National Championships 2021. The EMICS team will be at the event in Nottingham, providing medical support for competitors and spectators. See event link for further details.
EMICS has partnered up with Run For Heroes to bring you their latest challenge: 5KMay. Throughout the month of May we are encouraging you to get active in the name of charity. It’s all about setting yourself a goal and hitting that 5K target. Even better, your 5K target can be achieved in any format, […]
For the Loughborough Santa Fun Run we had a team of EMICS supporters and some of our management team including Chairman Tim Gray, Secretary Mary Boothroyd and Compliance Officer John Inman.
EMICS supporter, Angela Blackmore, completed the Leicestershire Round. This 100 mile route takes the walker in a clockwise direction around the scenic route of Leicestershire and parts of Rutland. One stage of the journey was completed each day from the 14-23 July; it was the equivalent of walking 4 marathons in 10 days!
Belvoir Wassailers and 3 other choirs performed the Up Up and Away concert at Newark Palace Theatre to raise money for EMICS and Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance.
Paul is a musician from Rutland who is an EMICS Ambassador. He has previously released a single for the charity, regularly fundraises at gigs, is always on hand to help with promotions and spread the message about EMICS and what we do. Here he is wearing an EMICS T-shirt at Glastonbury! The charity single, ‘Baby […]
EMICS Chairman, Dr Tim Gray visited staff at Oakham Medical Practice to receive a donation from a collection by patients and staff at the practice handed over by Fiona Williams who co-ordinated the vital fundraising.
One of our volunteer doctors, Dr Tim Baker, and his team completed a Tough Mudder course and raised £545 for EMICS.
EMICS Chairman, Dr Tim Gray spoke at Vale of Belvoir Rotary Club to spread awareness of EMICS and the work we do. This is part of the letter of thanks we received after the event. “Dr Gray, I know that one of your aims in order to raise awareness of EMICS, and of what you […]