Open invitation to free first aid awareness event in Weston
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A free open day to teach people basic first aid and CPR is being held on Saturday and anyone is welcome to attend.
The Hearn Training Company is hosting the drop-in event at its premises in Weston, when an automated external defibrillator - suitable for members of the public with no training to safely use - will also be officially unveiled at the site.
Company director Michael Hearn said: “We hope it will be a day that will help people who may have a desire to learn the basics, or find out about defibrillators. It’s a chance to have a go and get over any fears.”
The event, which starts at 10am, will take place at Unit 5 Weston Barns Business Centre on Hitchin Road in Weston.
Refreshments will be available and staff will be on hand to answer questions and facilitate any practical demonstrations.
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For more information, call 01462 790901.
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