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Police Officer Jumps to Aid of Infant

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A police constable rushed to the aid of a seven-week-old baby in Bestwood just before 3.50 pm on Saturday (16 May).. PC Matthew Hirst was out on patrol when a distressed mother flagged down his police van PC Hirst said: “I was just out doing proactive patrols around the lockdown. I was driving down Southglade Road in Bestwood and spotted a lady looking panicky and waving frantically at the police van

St John Ambulance could make more than 250 redundant

St John Ambulance could soon make more than 250 staff redundant due to loses of £1.4 million a week in revenue because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

A confidential internal document was seen by the PA news agency, that confirmed the first aid charity is preparing to make around 255 staff redundant.
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Surfer raises money towards first aid box for west Cornwall beach

Bert Wright has set up a community action to keep his local beach safer.

With RNLI announcing it will not be able not be able to put lifeguards on many of the UKs beaches this summer under current conditions, a lot of local communities are looking at options to keep their local beaches safe.

Coronavirus: The first aider who became a Nightingale volunteer

Hundreds of thousands of people volunteered to help the NHS in various ways as the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic became clear. One of them was shipping science student Mary Strutt, who never dreamed that signing up to the first aid society during fresher’s week would lead to her working at the UK’s first emergency field hospital.

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