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The next Heartstart Course will take place in the Methodist Church Hall on Saturday February 11th.

So do come along to learn how to save someone's life — Emergency Life Support (ELS) is promoted by the British Heart Foundation as the set of actions needed to keep someone alive until professional help arrives.

The courses are free, and you do need to book a place by sending an email to heartstartaudlem@btinternet.com" target="_blank">heartstartaudlem@btinternet.com or by telephoning Debbie Ruscoe-Icke on 01270 812339.

Load the pdf file from the link below the photo to get full details.

Helen Marsden, Co-ordinator, Heartstart Audlem

 

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