A St MARTIN'S man has said a big thank you to the West Midlands Air Ambulance service, which saved his son's life three years ago.
Neil Clarke, a quality controller for Cadbury's Schweppes in Chirk, was awarded £500 as part of a company photographic competition.
And to show his gratitude, he's presented the prize money to the charity.
His winning photograph of Cadbury's Chirk employees at the top of Snowdon with a cheque and banner in aid of Cancer Research and the British Heart Foundation was chosen as one of 12 prints to feature in the company's corporate calendar.
Along with the chance to see his work published, Neil was also awarded £500 prize money to donate to a charity of his choice.
Neil said: 'I decided to donate my winnings to West Midlands Air Ambulance because they saved my son's life three years ago after he was badly injured in a road traffic accident.
'We're really grateful to them for all their hard work and this is my way of saying thanks to them for what they did.'