Posted: Wednesday - November 27, 2019 1:27 pm     

Forty two students at Thurston College undertook CPR and Defibrillator awareness training, led by SARS. The session took place on 26th November 2019 and were part of a Health & Wellbeing day run by the college for their sixth-formers. The SARS sessions were provided without charge and delivereed by SARS volunteers  Andy Mason, Matthew Ashford, Tracey Oats and Margaret Marks.

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Posted: Wednesday - November 27, 2019 1:27 pm     

Forty two students at Thurston College undertook CPR and Defibrillator awareness training, led by SARS. The session took place on 26th November 2019 and were part of a Health & Wellbeing day run by the college for their sixth-formers. The SARS sessions were provided without charge and delivereed by SARS volunteers  Andy Mason, Matthew Ashford, Tracey Oats and Margaret Marks.

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