Heartstart courses coming up

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Would you know what to do if a member of your family collapsed?

Thanks to the British Heart Foundation's 'Heartstart Audlem' scheme there are now 60 people in the Audlem area who do!

Emergency Life Saving Skills are easy to learn and it's free! All ages are welcome!

Course dates:

Saturday 8th December Time: 2.00- 4.00pm; Location: Audlem Methodist Chapel Hall

Friday 4th January: Time 2.00 — 400pm, again in the Methodist Chapel Hall.

A place on the courses must be booked in advance by e-mailing Deb Ruscoe-Icke at heartstartaudlem@btinternet.com (alternatively phone Deb on 01270 812339)

Helen Marsden
Heartstart Audlem Coordinator

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