On February 9th our fantastic partners worked together to train over 800 pupils at Strathearn Community Campus! It was a really fun day and we met some awesome young people excited to be learning bystander CPR.
Annabelle Ewing, Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs, opened the day highlighting the importance of having as many people as possible equipped with the life-saving skill of CPR to achieve community resilience.
The day was made possible through the hard work of Alan Moffat, Scottish Ambulance Service, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, BASICS Scotland, Trossachs SAR, British Red Cross, BHF Scotland, Perth and Kinross Council, Active Live, Comrie First Responders, and the amazing staff at Strathearn Community Campus. Bring on the next one!
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