St John Ambulance is appealing for parents, grandparents and carers to come forward with real-life stories of how they’ve used first aid to save young people’s lives.
Chris Cook, south east training and community projects manager said: “Every year across the region we train hundreds of people in vital first aid skills.
“No-one should suffer from the lack of a trained first aider and we know that real-life examples of people saving lives inspire more people to learn first aid.
“We especially need stories from people who’ve given emergency first aid to babies and young children; if you think your experience could inspire the next generation of life savers we’d love to hear from you.”
Anyone with a first aid story should contact Kate Rutsch on firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about St John Ambulance go to www.sja.org.uk
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