Buckinghamshire Can Make A Difference
6:30am 25th June 2011
Your 30 minutes could help save a life.
Buckinghamshire is being asked to help "Be The Difference" today..
St John Ambulance are marking their national St John Day - with a series of free first aid sessions today - offering us all the chance to learn skills, which could mean life or death to someone.
"Be the Difference" co-ordinator Lizzie Billingham told mix96 "You never know when you may need first aid. It could be in the home, at work or just out and about."
Be the Difference sessions, which will be available for people of all ages through the day from 10-3pm at the St John Centre, Tindal Road in Aylesbury (HP20 1HR).
For more information visit the website HERE or call 01296 744360.
You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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