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CPR & Defibrillator Workshop

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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:
heartbeathaddenham@gmail.com
or ring Tony Warris on 01844 292273.

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