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Reminder of Defibrillator Training

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Training in the use of Defibrillators

Tattenhall Community First Responders have funded wholly or in part the provision of a number of defibrillators in the Tattenhall area, and everyone should know how to use them.

This training is provided free of charge by the First Responder team — however donations to Tattenhall Community First Responders are gratefully received.

The full training schedule was in the News earlier this month and dates are in the calendar. but the next session is on Saturday, 29th February at 2-4.30pm at The Studio, Worley Court, Bolesworth Road, Tattenhall, CH3 9HW.

To book a place, phone either: Lynn Owen on 01829 771895 or Rob Selby on 01829 770586

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