Further defibrillator awareness sessions in new year

December 24th 2022

Would you know what to do if someone had a Cardiac Arrest?
The Roseland is lucky to have many defibrillators but would you feel confident to use one? It might be for a family member, friend or total stranger. Could you save their life?
Many people find defibrillators worrying but they are real lifesavers.
Why not come along to one of our free awareness sessions?

A session was held in Tregony Church Hall on Thursday 15 December from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m.

Further sessions are being held in other locations across the Roseland in the new year. All our welcome to attend.

For details, see Defibrillator training sessions new year 2023

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