504 items found

[Air show at RAF Chivenor]. 7.8.71 (1971)

Chivenor air show. 26.7.89 (1989)

Davison, Chris

A Phantom jet at Chivenor air show. 26.7.89 (1989)

Davison, Chris

Chivenor air show. 26.7.89 (1989)

Davison, Chris

Migs 29 and 23 flying in formation with British Hawk trainers at Chivenor air show. 23.7.91 (1989)

Jackson, Ian

Rescue scramble at RAF Chivenor. 29.9.78 (1978)

A Chech Mg 29 Fulcrem at Chivenor air show. 23.7.91 (1989)

Jackson, Ian

Rescue scramble at RAF Chivenor. 29.9.78 (1978)

[Air show at RAF Chivenor]. 7.8.71 (1971)

[Air show at RAF Chivenor]. 7.8.71 (1971)

Chivenor air show. 26.7.89 (1989)

Davison, Chris

RAF Chivenor. 20.4.78 (1978)

The operations room at RAF Chivenor. 29.9.78 (1978)

Two Pitts Special aerobatic planes display at Chivenor air show. 26.7.89 (1989)

Davison, Chris

RAF Chivenor. 20.4.78 (1978)

[Air show at RAF Chivenor]. 7.8.71 (1971)

The Red Arrows display team at Chivenor air show. 26.7.89 (1989)

Davison, Chris

Rescue scramble at RAF Chivenor. 29.9.78 (1978)

RAF Chivenor. 25.3.81 (1981)

Rescue scramble at RAF Chivenor. 29.9.78 (1978)

A herd of cows on RAF Chivenor. 20.4.78 (1978)

RAF Chivenor bids goodbye to the Whirlwind helicopter and welcome to thge new Wessex machine. 1.12.81 (1981)

Cadets from 2443 (Okehampton) Squadren ATC, winners of the Bowerman Trophy, the Devon Wing ATC sports trophy. 9.4.91 (1991)

Derelict building behind Buddle Lane Hall, Exeter. 11.2.91 (1991)

Derelict building behind Buddle Lane Hall, Exeter. 11.2.91 (1991)

Charles Stuart opens the new Ambulance Training College at Langdon Hospital, Dawlish, watched by Ken Wenman, manager of the college. 1.7.91 (1991)

A Devon ambulance crew scramble in Exeter. 11.6.92 (1992)

John Ffoulkes

Bill Cooper, chairman of the Honiton branch of the British Heart Foundation, presents an oximeter to Honiton paramedics, Chris Carr and Andre Long. 23.5.94 (1994)

A new Volvo response vehicle is presented to Devon Ambulance Service by Kastner of Exeter at the service's headquarters. 24.8.90 (1990)

The control room at the new Devon Ambulance Service headquarters at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Wonford. 20.9.84 (1984)

Ambulence men passing their paramedic training at the Devon Ambulance Training College, Langdon College, Dawlish. 1.8.92 (1992)

Mike Drew

Members of the Devon Ambulance Service on their ambulance pull in Exeter to raise money for Comic Relief. 13.3.93 (1993)

John Ffoulkes

W.Reeves, manager of Gateway Supermarket at Cullompton, presnts three new resuscitators to Station Officer Ramsden of Honiton Ambulance Station. 16.6.77 (1977)

The new ambulance station at Cullompton. 17.10.89 (1989)

John and Wendy Hawke of the Cullopmtpn St.John Ambulance, with the new ambulance. 30.8.93 (1993)

Jackson, Ian

Honiton Ambulance Station. 11.10.91 (1977)

A Devon ambulance crew scramble in Exeter. 11.6.92 (1992)

John Ffoulkes

New style ambulance on display at Exeter's ambulance station in Gladstone Road. 12.5.93 (1993)

John Ffoulkes

A Devon Ambulance Service crew scrambles in Exeter. 11.6.92 (1992)

John Ffoulkes

Harold Christopher, Exeter ambulance man with 37 years service. 16.4.91 (1991)

The chairman of the South West Regional Health Authority, Vernon Seccombe, second left, unveils the plaque at the opening of the Devon Ambulance Service headquarters. 20.9.84 (1984)

Some of the paramedics on a course at the Wessex Ambulance Training College at Langdon, Dawlish. 28.3.94 (1994)

John Ffoulkes

Ceri Thomas Air Ambulance Appeal visits Exmouth cricket ground. 20.8.90 (1990)

Bowden, Jeff

The Devon Air Ambuance lands in the garden of Anne Thomas at Sidbury, where a fundraising fete was being held. 30.9.90 (1990)

Bowden, Jeff

Devon Air Ambulance at Woodbury. 20.1.95 (1995)

Steve Bell

Three of the fleet of Devon ambulances now in use by the Avon Area Health Authority (1981)

Crediton Detachment, winners of the 1987 inter detachment patrol competition of A Company, Devon Army Cadet Force. 4.5.87 (1987)

The Mayor of Honiton, Terry Glanville, takes the salute as the Royal Tank Regiment marches through the town. 12.4.79 (1979)

The first girls allowed to join Honiton Army Cadets receive basic weapon training from Corporal Christopher Gunn. 24.10.89 (1989)

Stable block, Higher Barracks, Exeter. 2.2.84 (1984)