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Audlem First Responders are looking for more volunteers to join their team.

First responders are mobilised by North West Ambulance Service to respond to all 999 calls involving life-threatening conditions in the Audlem area. They operate within an 8 mile radius of the village and provide first response until the ambulance arrives.

The team aim to provide 24/7 cover and are particularly looking for volunteers who could help with cover during weekdays.

Training will be provided by North West Ambulance Service.

Those interested in applying should contact NWAs directly through: Janet.Graham@nwas.nhs.uk
or Michael Thompson, CFR Team Leader at michael@buerton.org.uk

You can find out more by clicking on the link to our website under the photograph.

 

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