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Learn Life Saving Skills with St John Ambulance

St John Ambulance

St John Ambulance are running training sessions beginning on the 27th of January and running each Saturday through to the 10th of March. The training is being ran at Hanley Training Centre. Successful completion of the training will allow members to be fully qualified first aiders, allowing them to join and participate with the local Stone unit. First aiders can ...

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St John Ambulance appeals for new volunteers in Stone

St John Ambulance

Stone’s St John Ambulance unit has issued an urgent appeal for people to get involved in their vital work. Young people from the age of seven can join as cadets, and adults are also being urged to find out more and get involved too. Ellis Nevitt from the Stone unit has sent this information… At events across the country, from football ...

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Youngsters urged to join St John Ambulance

Stone’s division of the St John Ambulance is looking for young people to sign up to its badger and cadet forces. As well as learning vital first aid skills at the weekly meetings in the town, which are held on Thursday evenings, youngsters between the ages of five and 17 can also get involved with St John Ambulance at many community events, like the Remembrance ...

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Free first aid course at cricket club

A free first aid course for community groups is being held at Little Stoke Cricket Club on Tuesday 7th February – but get your skates on if you’d like to attend as there only three places left. The Basic & Emergency First Aid certificate course will be run by Stone St John Ambulance at the cricket club in Uttoxeter Road ...

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First aid classes with Stone St John Ambulance

Can you be the difference between life and death? Would you like to learn some life-saving first aid skills? Stone St John Ambulance are holding first aid drop-in sessions every Thursday in March at the Frank Jordan Community Centre in Lichfield Street, between 8pm and 9pm. The sessions are open to people of all ages. The group also has spaces ...

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