News stories from June 2016

Thousands of schools join celebrity doctor to learn how to save a life
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On Friday 17 June, thousands of schools nationwide joined us for the St John Ambulance Big First Aid Lesson Live to learn basic skills that could help save a life.
National Volunteers' Week: our volunteering team answer your burning questions
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Got a question about volunteering with St John Ambulance? Our volunteering team have provided answers to some common queries.
National Volunteers' Week: how you can help support our volunteers
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Our volunteers are at the heart of what we do. Find out how you can help support them.
National Volunteers' Week: St John Ambulance volunteer saves life of 80-year-old man
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Read about how volunteer Sue saved the life of 80-year-old David Inman
What's it like to be a... community first responder?
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It's National Volunteers' Week! Find out what it's like to be a community first responder.
National Volunteers' Week: Why St John Ambulance needs volunteers
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Head of Volunteering Adam Williams tells us why our volunteers are so vital, and why they need your support.
Five things I've learned from being a St John Ambulance Youth Leader
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It's National Volunteers' Week! Read about the things 18-year-old Tony has learned from volunteering with St John Ambulance.
National Volunteers' Week: St John Ambulance volunteer saves baby's life
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Read about how volunteer Jason Rutter saved the life of 18-month-old Lawson Smith
Six reasons to volunteer with St John Ambulance
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It's National Volunteers' Week! Find out about volunteering with St John Ambulance
What's it like to be a... cycle responder?
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It's National Volunteers' week! Today, we talk to Tom Daly about what it's like to be a cycle responder.