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Chance to learn life-saving skills at free training session in Clenchwarton

Villagers in West Norfolk are being offered the chance to learn life-saving skills thanks to a community foundation.

Clenchwarton Community Foundation Trust is hosting free CPR and defibrillator training session.

The upcoming event aims to enhance the life-saving skills to community members and will be led by certified experts, West Norfolk Community First Responders.

Clenchwarton Community Foundation Trust is hosting a life-training session.
Clenchwarton Community Foundation Trust is hosting a life-training session.

Designed to provide hands-on experience and critical knowledge to residents of Clenchwarton and the surrounding areas.

The trust is dedicated to equipping the community with essential skills that can make a difference in emergency situations. The upcoming training session is part of its broader initiative to foster a safer and more prepared community.

By participating in this event, attendees will gain the confidence and competence needed to respond effectively to cardiac emergencies.

“We are thrilled to offer this crucial training opportunity in partnership with the West Norfolk Community First Responders,” said Rob Lucas, of the Clenchwarton Community Foundation Trust.

“By equipping our community with life-saving skills, we are fostering a safer and more resilient environment for all residents”

Benefits of Attending the CPR Defibrillator Training:

 Hands-On Experience: Practical training with real-life scenarios to build confidence.

 Expert Instruction: Learn from certified and experienced trainers.

 Comprehensive Coverage: Gain knowledge on CPR techniques, defibrillator usage and emergency response protocols.

 Community Empowerment: Contribute to a safer, more prepared community.

This vital training session will be held on Saturday, August 10, 2pm – 4pm at Clenchwarton Memorial Hall, and it is open to all residents of Clenchwarton and the surrounding areas.

The event is free to attend however donations are welcome to support future community initiatives and training programmes which can be made via www.justgiving.com/page/westnorfolkcfrs.

You can book a place at https://www.trybooking.com/uk/DNPS.

West Norfolk Community First Responders will also attend this year’s Family Fun Day, which will be held at Clenchwarton Recreation Park on Sunday, July 21, noon – 4pm.

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