By Helen Marsden - 9th January 2012 7:17am
To follow the Heartstart course already arranged for 7.30pm on Tuesday January 17th in the Public Hall, a further course has been arranged on Saturday January 28th from 10.00am until noon, this time in the Methodist Chapel Hall.
So do come along to one of these courses 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 can book a place by sending an email to email@example.com" target="_blank">firstname.lastname@example.org 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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