Wiltshire Air Ambulance has revealed its Christmas card designs.

Stonehenge features as well as festive scenes of the charity's airbase near Melksham.

This is the first time the base, which the charity moved in to last year, has been used.

The card shows the Bell 429 helicopter flying over it with snow on the ground, a decorated Christmas tree outside and the charity’s mascot bears Wilber and Marsha.

The Stonehenge card shows the chopper flying over the ancient monument in the snow.

People and wellbeing manager Claire Kelly said: “We like to feature iconic landmarks in Wiltshire on our Christmas cards and we’re pleased to include Stonehenge and our airbase this year.

“The funds raised will help us to continue saving lives in Wiltshire and surrounding counties.”

Cards come in packs of 10 and are priced at £4.