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Dosh4Defibs to hold training session at Stamford Welland Academy




Stewart Jones (Hanson Cement) and Dannii Vincent (Dosh4Defibs) with St Giilbert's C of E primary academy assistant head teacher Richard Westley and pupil Oliver Stanley with the new defib machine at school. EMN-150622-233840009
Stewart Jones (Hanson Cement) and Dannii Vincent (Dosh4Defibs) with St Giilbert's C of E primary academy assistant head teacher Richard Westley and pupil Oliver Stanley with the new defib machine at school. EMN-150622-233840009

A charity will hold a defibrillator training session later this month.

Dosh4Defibs will be joined by MJD Training at Stamford Welland Academy on Friday, February 19.

The charity, which has raised money to install defibrillators in all Stamford schools, will give attendees the chance to learn how to operative the lifesaving equipment. Training on CPR, basic first aid and choking in children will also be given.

There will be two 90-minute sessions to choose from, at 10am and 1pm. Charity founder Dannii Vincent has asked for a donation of £7.50 per person toward’s Dosh4Defib’s continued work. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided.

Anyone interested in attending can e-mail dosh4defibs@aol.com or call 07871 016333.

The charity’s next defibrillator will be installed in the Gwash Way industrial estate off Ryhall Road. The owners of Rhino’s Gymnasium have agreed to look after it and have it mounted on their outside wall. Smart Electrical Contractors will install the equipment for free.



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