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'Heartbeat Haddenham', the group responsible for fundraising to install publicly accessible defibrillators in the village, is moving forward to add another important ingredient in the cardiac support mix: namely, a CPR and Defibrillator Workshop.

Learn how to save a life, and be a really useful Haddenham citizen !

Organisers are hosting a free 1½-hour course in the techniques of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of a defibrillator, and how to assist the ambulance service in saving lives.

There are two scheduled options: either Tuesday 10th November at 7.30pm, or Saturday 21st November at 10.30am — both sessions taking place in the Methodist Church, High Street.

Please sign up by an Email to: heartbeathaddenham@gmail.com, or by telephoning Tony Warris on 01844 292273, indicating your preferred date.

There are limited spaces — first come, first served!

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