Free Heartstart Courses in Audlem

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  • Did you know that we now have nine Automated External Defibrillators (AED's) in Audlem and more in the surrounding villages?
  • Do you know where they are?
  • Do you know how to access and use them?

The use of a defibrillator alone is not enough to save a life. You need to be able to perform effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Can you do this?

If your answer to any of these questions is no, then why not come and learn some Emergency Life Saving Skills on one of our FREE British Heart Foundation "Heartstart Audlem" courses. Our friendly instructors will teach you all you need to know.

Places available this Sunday

Sunday afternoon 27th October starting at 2pm — 4.30pm in Audlem Village Hall

Thursday evening 21st November starting at 7pm — 9.30pm in Audlem Village Hall

All ages are welcome (from 10 upwards)! We are particularly keen to get more families attending our courses.

Whilst the course is free, numbers are limited, so your place must be booked in advance by sending an e-mail to marsdeh@btinternet.com You will receive confirmation of your free booking.

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