Burnham Primary School's thanks to paramedics for helping injured mum

Burnham Primary School is raising money for Essex Air Ambulance (pictured)

Burnham Primary School is raising money for Essex Air Ambulance (pictured)

First published in Local News by , Reporter

A school is launching a fundraising drive for airborne paramedics after they helped a seriously injured staff member.

Mum-of-three Lisa Aydon, a child and family support worker at Burnham Primary School, was treated by air ambulance crews when she suffered a serious head injury last Saturday.

An ambulance service spokesman said she suffered life-threatening injuries after falling down the stairs at her home in Albert Road, Burnham.

School principal Nicky Patrick hopes to raise £750 in honour of Mrs Ayden and scaled a 30ft climbing wall yesterday for the cause.

See this week's Standard for the full story.

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