We are committed to providing a service which is accessible to everyone and prevents unfair or unlawful discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, gender, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation or religion, faith or belief and promotes the rights of people to be treated with dignity and respect.

We also believe that our staff should be provided with a working environment which is free from discrimination, harassment or victimisation; where diversity is valued and the staff are trained and feel able to challenge behaviours that undermine the principles of fairness, equality, dignity, respect and autonomy.

We believe that this is best achieved not by seeing equality and diversity as a separate issue, but rather by embedding the principles we believe in into everything that we do.

Nigel Barclay

“If it wasn’t for the treatment I received at the scene of my accident, and the fast transportation to a London hospital, I would not be here today....”

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