The Restart a Heart campaign (RSAH) is an annual initiative led by the Resuscitation Council (UK) in partnership with The British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, St John Ambulance, and Yorkshire Ambulance Service which aims to improve the low numbers of people surviving out-of-hospital cardiac arrests.
On and around Wednesday 16 October 2019, an alliance of organisations all over the world will be coming together to increase public awareness of cardiac arrests and increase the number of people trained in life saving CPR by organising and facilitating training events.
On Wednesday 16th October we held a free training session in the charity shop. The shop often transforms into a training location and also hosts our Charity choir. The course was well attended and received lots of positive feedback on the content and delivery of the session but also how the shop converted into a training venue.
Jamie Richards, CEO AEDdonate said “it’s great to be able to offer the free course and shows how the charity shop can directly benefit the local community, we hope people will come along to our next session on the 13th November at 6pm”
Anyone wanting to book onto the next course can call us on 01785 472224 or check out our facebook page to find out details of future courses.