By Haddenham Webteam - 4th May 2016 2:15pm
On Monday 16th May, Heartbeat Haddenham will be running a free workshop to explain and demonstrate the techniques of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of a defibrillator, and how to assist the ambulance service in saving lives.
The 1½ hour workshop is free-of-charge and will be held in the Baptist Schoolroom, Stockwell beginning at 7.30 pm.
There are just 10 more spaces available on this workshop and Heartbeat Haddenham does not expect to be able to offer any further similar workshops.
To sign up, please Email:
or ring Tony Warris on 01844 292273.
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Back in December 1993 the four Chrisitian churches (Anglican, Baptist, Catholic and Methodists) in the village of Haddenham held a special service during which a covenant (a set of promises) was established. It was a service that acknowledged our differences and celebrated the unique contribution brought by each tradition. But it was also a service that acknowledged that there was more that...
We have had a very busy and successful couple of days at the Stoke Mandeville Stadium Aylesbury Vaccination Centre. Most of our clinical team from Haddenham Medical Centre have been there at some point over this time both giving vaccines and in the really tricky work of vaccine preparation.The vaccines do not come prepared like flu jabs. There is an important, but painstaking, first stage of...
Here's the latest missive from Martin Tett, Leader of Buckinghamshire Council, dated 19th January 2021:The COVID-19 vaccine programme has gathered pace since I last wrote and I wanted to update you on the latest news:Nearly 20,000 Bucks residents have now received their COVID-19 vaccineAll Buckinghamshire residents aged 80 and above will be offered a vaccine appointment through...