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St John Cymru Wales has been awarded £3330 by the South Wales Police Youth Trust, an independent grant giving trust.
St John Cymru Wales, the leading first aid charity, has strengthened its PR and Marketing department, with the appointment of two experienced managers.
Volunteers from St John Wales, the country’s leading first aid charity, have demonstrated the work they do to delegates from around the world.
A Mum is urging parents to watch St John Cymru Wales’ BabySafe films - after first aid helped save her daughter’s life.
Bethan Hopkins, 49, from Felinfoel in Llanelli, is running the marathon in aid of St John Cymru Wales this weekend.
A group of young first aiders from across Wales have spent two weeks at a children’s centre in Smolensk in Russia, teaching vital life-saving skills to local people.
A Cardiff woman has thanked St John Cymru Wales first aid trainers after she helped to save her Dad’s life, just hours after learning what to do on a first aid course.
St John Cymru Wales, the country’s leading first aid charity, is urging people in Ammanford to give their spare time and help save lives.
St John Cymru Wales were drafted in to support the Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust in North Wales during the extreme snow and wintry conditions at the weekend.
An England rugby fan received the shock of his life before the Six Nations rugby final in Cardiff last weekend when he was given life saving treatment while suffering a cardiac arrest.
The First Responder Cyclists (FRCs) initiative – a partnership between St John Wales and the Welsh Ambulance Service – shocked the supporter twice with a defibrillator. The patient is now stable at the University of Wales Hospital.
In a joint initiative between the Welsh Ambulance Service (WAS) and St John Wales, Community First Responders are piloting a scheme of First Responder Cyclists (FRCs) in the centre of Cardiff in an effort to deal with the influx of shoppers and party-goers who will flock to the city in the coming weeks.
St John Wales will be showcasing the achievements of young first aiders at its annual Youth Awards at the Wales Millennium Centre on Sunday December 2.