HOLDERNESS LIONS gave thanks to the Hedon Community First Responders this week for a very unusual service that the local life-saving team provide for them each year…
A defibrillator similar to the one pictured, may soon be installed in Hedon town centre as the result of fundraising by four Inman’s schoolgirls two years ago…
HEDON’S Community First Responders were out meeting shoppers over the weekend.
HOLDERNESS LIONS have expressed their thanks to the Hedon Community First Responders for supporting the Lions Santa’s Sleigh Tour in the month before Christmas 2012.
COME AND FIND OUT more about how to volunteer with Yorkshire Ambulance Service in your local community at the Hedon Community Responder Open Evening. Meet your local volunteers and learn some first aid skills. The Open Evening takes place on Thursday, 12th January 2012, 7pm – 9pm, at the Holderness […]
DISILLUSIONMENT with a local volunteer life-saving service threatens its effectiveness. HOLDERNESS COMMUNITY FIRST RESPONDERS are the local life-saving volunteers who provide immediate life-saving care for people facing an emergency medical situation, such as heart attack, breathing difficulties or a collapse, in the vital minutes before the emergency services […]
THE HOLDERNESS GAZETTE this week continues to serve up an interesting mix of news from south Holderness and the east coast. The following stories particularly caught our attention: Hedon Insurance makes the surprising claim that people are switching off from comparison websites, preferring instead to meet face-to-face with advisers. […]
Who are Community First Responders? They are people like YOU! HEDON FIRST RESPONDERS are looking for volunteers that would like to join our group and be trained to respond to ambulance calls supporting Yorkshire Ambulance Service. We are looking for people who mainly could provide week day cover […]
A NEW WEBSITE has been noticed by the Hedon Blog recently. Hedon Community First Responders are online! The local life-saving group who work with Yorkshire Ambulance Service are volunteers who provide immediate life-saving care for people in Hedon, Preston, Paull, Thorngumbald and Burstwick facing an emergency medical situation, […]
Community First Responders is an exciting initiative that is being developed in Communities across East Yorkshire. This innovative, life saving project recruits volunteers to provide immediate care to members of their local communities. Read more…