Our patrons Jennie Bond Jennifer Bond is an English journalist and television presenter. She worked for fourteen years as the BBC's royal correspondent, but has most recently hosted Cash in the Attic and narrated the programme Great British Menu. She has been a great supporter of Devon Air Ambulance since David Fitzgerald David Fitzgerald first began broadcasting on commercial radio in the early 1980s, before moving to television. Working first at TSW and then Anglia Television, Fitz made the move to Sky News in the mid-1990s.Devon has always been his home and working for BBC Radio Devon and appearing on Spotlight as a newsreader is his dream job.Over the years with the BBC in the South West, David has been a regular presenter of Children in Need and a contributor to Inside Out. Adam Isaac Singer-Songwriter and Guitarist, Adam Isaac, is a gigging musician with a strong following and support to widely renowned chart toppers, ASH, Joss Stone, and Sandi Thom. He has been named brand ambassador for British freesports lifestyle brand Animal, and in 2012 Adam made it to the quarter final stages of BBC's The Voice UK with the legendary Sir Tom Jones as coach. Following his national exposure he released an album entitled 'Train Tracks' and has since been touring. Sam Hill Sam Hill is a rugby union player for Exeter Chiefs in the Aviva Premiership. He made his debut for the club against Wasps on 28 January 2012 and he plays as a centre. Hill attended Cheriton Bishop Primary School before moving on to Queen Elizabeths Community College in Crediton. Having played for Crediton RFC until the age of 15, Sam was honoured to gain selection for England under 16s and moved to Ivybridge College sixth form for two years. Hill spent the early years of his professional career dual-registered with Cornish Pirates to aid his player development.