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Save a Life: Training available in Charlbury

When a person is in cardiac arrest their heart stops pumping blood, which means their brain gets no oxygen.  

Without CPR the person will die in minutes. CPR keeps the heart pumping blood around the body until emergency help arrives.  

Knowing how, and when to use a defibrillator saves lives. There are five defibrillators in Charlbury.

There will be an opportunity to attend a training session on how and when to use a defibrillator, and how to give CPR – Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation. The training will be given by our local First Responder Russell Ingham.

When:             Saturday July 1st

Time:               2pm to 3pm

Where:           Charlbury Community Centre

Children aged 8 and over are welcome.

If you would like to learn how to save the life of a friend, relative, or a fellow citizen please email:

Spaces are limited.

Another training session will be held on 2nd September in the community centre from 2pm to 3pm.

Thank you.

Charlbury Patient Participation Group

susan smith · Mon 12 Jun 2023, 10:55 · Link

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