Latest news from St John Ambulance

How to stay safe and treat sunburn
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Us Brits are known for getting out our short summer clothes as soon as possible to lap up the summer sun. But noone wants to look like a tomato! Make sure you stay safe and know what to do.
St John Ambulance receives £650,000 to help young people
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The Cabinet Office announced today a grant of £650,000 for our schools and youth projects.
Play our Cashcascade Prize Draw to win up to £50,000!
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You could win up to £50,000 cash in our weekly Cashcascade prize draw, and help to save lives at the same time!
Brave Biggin Hill teenager rises – and falls! – to our Superhero Skydive challenge
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At just 17, Rhiannon Hay is the first and youngest of our valiant volunteers to take the 10,000 feet plunge for our Superhero Skydive challenge.
St John Ambulance launches new football prediction game 'What's the Score?'
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Fancy yourself as the fount of all footballing knowledge? Well now’s your chance to prove it to the world - and support our life saving work while you’re at it.
The Museum of the Order of St John secures funding to commemorate First World War volunteers
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To mark the 100th anniversary of Britain entering the First World War, today the Museum of the Order of St John has received £69,400 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Save a Life September, our annual first aid awareness month
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The Save a Life September campaign is part of our push to raise awareness of the importance of first aid across the UK. It also aims to give people the basic first aid skills that you might need to save a life.
Safety Suit film launch pokes fun at cotton wool culture
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Children across the country will be jumping for joy today as the vast majority of schools shut their gates for the summer holidays.
Top tips for staying safe in the summer sun
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Warnings of hot weather this summer, with temperatures rising to around 32C/89F, mean it is important that we are extra careful during the sunny spells over the next few months.
Hay Fever - a survivor's guide
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It's the time of year to go outside and enjoy summer but for many of us, 1 in 5, it means hay fever season.

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