We value the support we receive from the local community and businesses locally. Indeed, we could not function without their ongoing support. As the charity we are part of are dependent on donations and support, we rely on the support from the resident and business community to enable us to provide the service we do.
Every small donation is of value and we are unable to personally thank all those who have put their small change in the collecting box. But please accept this as our grateful thanks to you all.
In particular, we would like to thank those shown on the following list as they have, in their various ways provided significant support. That support takes many forms.


By supporting us, these businesses and individuals are helping the Bransgore community. We hope that, in turn, you will support them by patronising their businesses or using their services.
We especially acknowledge the support of Bransgore Rotary Club who have been there from day 1 and who continue to support us as and when required.


Bransgore Community Church

Fund raising, printing and meeting place

Walkers Garage (Euroteam Services)

197 Burley Road, Bransgore

Support for our Response Cars for many years

Bransgore & District Rotary Club

Initial funding and ongoing assistance

Bransgore Parish Council

Grant Funding

Harrow Wood Farm and Caravan Park

Helps in a range of ways including our annual group photo

The Coffee House, Bransgore

Fund Raising and meeting place

Caravan Club Centenary Site, Bransgore

Supporter and fund raising

County Coucillor K.Mans

Grant Award


Others Others who have supported / do support us and/or our fund-raising activities include
Christchurch Medical Practice, Ringwood Road, Bransgore
Twin Oaks Medical Centre, Ringwood Road, Bransgore
Bransgore Townswomen's Guild
Sopley WI
Bransgore Evening WI
Thorney Hill & Bransgore WI
Moreland News and Wine, 2 Runnymede, Ringwood Road, Bransgore


We also receive support and assistance from the Ambulance Paramedics, Technicians and Emergency Care Assistants (usually from Ringwood, Lymington or Nursling -but often from a lot further afield) and the Community Engagement and Training Team at South Central Ambulance Service. We place on record our thanks to all.