A GWYNEDD camping and holiday park has donated over £2,000 keep emergency helicopters flying.

Cae Clyd Camping, at Pontllyfni, near Caernarfon, donated £2,294 to support the Wales Air Ambulance.

It raised the money for the helicopter charity during a recent fun, one day festival at the site.

Wales Air Ambulance community coordinator Alwyn Jones said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to the campsite owners Mr and Mrs Arwel and Eleri Hughes for choosing to support our charity. "Each year we rely solely on the kindness of the Welsh public to enable us to reach the yearly target of £6.5 million.

“North Wales remains a popular tourism destination with summer still proving to be one of the busiest seasons.

"Our Caernarfon-based aircraft Helimed 61 is familiar site in the skies to many across the area.

"Having specialist air support with on board ‘Welsh Flying Medics’ is peace of mind not just for the residents but also visiting tourists who are taking in the best of our beautiful country.

“We are incredibly grateful for this extremely generous donation, which will help us to continue our lifesaving work right across Wales.”