By Helen Marsden - 11th January 2018 6:08am
Did you know that there are now 11 AED's (Automated External Defibrillators) in Audlem and the surrounding villages? Another two will shortly be placed, one outside the public toilets in the Audlem village car park and another one outside Hankelow Methodist chapel.
Do you know how to use one? Do you know how an AED fits into the "chain of survival"? Can you perform CPR? If your answer to any of these questions is no, then why not come and learn on Sunday afternoon 21st January?
Emergency Life Saving Skills are easy to learn and it's FREE! All ages are welcome (from 10 upwards)!
Course date: Sunday 21st January 2018
Time: 2pm- 4.30pm
Location: Hankelow Methodist Chapel
Whilst the course is free, numbers are limited, so your place must be booked in advance by sending an e-mail to email@example.comYou will receive confirmation of your free booking.
NWAS Community First Responder & Training Coordinator, BHF Heartstart Audlem Tel 07415 326286
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