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Meet our Heroes: Guy Evans Young Hero of the year finalists
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The Guy Evans Young Hero of the Year Award recognises a young person who has saved a life.
Bring out the entrepreneurs in your organisation and help save lives
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Our exciting new fundraising challenge is designed to bring out the entrepreneurs in your organisation and offers your employees the chance to put their skills to the test, gain new business experience, raise money and ultimately help save lives.
Meet our heroes: St John Ambulance Workplace Hero finalists
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The Workplace Hero award is for an individual or individuals who have saved a life with first aid or have made an extaordinary first aid achievement in his/her workplace.
Meet our heroes: St John Ambulance First Aid Champion finalists
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The First Aid Champion is awarded to an individual or individuals who have excelled in promoting first aid and educating others.
Smartphone app alert helps volunteer first aiders save a life
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Two St John Ambulance volunteers helped save the life of a martial arts enthusiast, who suffered a cardiac arrest, after they were alerted to the emergency by a revolutionary new app.
Meet our heroes: St John Ambulance Volunteer of the Year Award finalists
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With our Everyday Heroes Awards fast approaching, we want to share the incredible stories of our finalists.
Meet our heroes: St John Ambulance Community Hero finalists
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With our Everyday Heroes Awards fast approaching, we want to share the incredible stories of our finalists.
13 reasons to run the Royal Parks Half Marathon for St John Ambulance
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Always wanted to run a half marathon, but have some reservations? Here are 13 reasons to run the Royal Parks Half Marathon for St John Ambulance.
Festival goer first aid tips
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It's that time of the year again when the tents are pitched and the wellies are on. Here are our top first aid trips to keep in mind.
6 tips to handle the heat
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When temperatures rise, the most common conditions our first aiders come across are cramping, fainting, sunburn and dehydration. Here are 6 bits of advice to make sure you enjoy the sun.