News stories from April 2007

St John Ambulance helps thousands cope at the London Marathon
St John Ambulance treated 5,054 people in soaring heat at the 2007 Flora London Marathon, ensuring that most runners went on to finish the race. Seventy-three were sent to hospital for further treatment.
There to keep you running
We will be providing first aid support – and large amounts of petroleum jelly – to runners at this year’s Flora London Marathon. The charity has been supporting the London Marathon ever since it began in 1981 and it is their largest annual duty.
Don't leave it 'til you need it
St John Ambulance unveils new campaign to shock people into learning first aid
Volunteers bike their way to victory
The outstanding achievement of volunteers is recognised by Transport for London's Cycling Communities Awards
St John Ambulance launches bold new look
Today St John Ambulance, the UK's leading first aid charity, reveals a fresh new look to better reflect the organisation and its place in modern society.