Volunteer drivers and escorts from Midhurst Yellow Bus have been given basic life saving and emergency event training from the town’s firefighters.
Nick Wheeler, who is chairman of the Midhurst Community Bus (the charity that operates Midhurst Yellow Bus), said, “we really appreciate the help we have received from the Midhurst team in enabling our volunteers to be more confident when dealing with unexpected situations.”
Matt Gamblen, watch manager at Midhurst Fire Service said: “We welcome the opportunity to help raise the competence of the public to deal with emergency events and congratulate the Yellow Bus volunteers on their interest in doing so.”
Anyone who is interested in becoming a volunteer driver or escort on the Midhurst Yellow Bus should phone 07879 556568 or get information here
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