Open session this evening for people in Royston interested in becoming St John Ambulance volunteers
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People interested in becoming volunteers at a new Royston branch of the nation’s leading first aid charity are invited to attend an informal open session this evening.
The St John Ambulance event is open to anyone aged 18 and over who is thinking about giving some of their free time to become a first aider in the Royston adult volunteer unit.
There are also opportunities for youngsters to join the existing badger group for seven to 10 year olds and the cadet unit for those aged 10 to 17.
Area manager Jacquie Phillips-Clarke said: “There are some great volunteering opportunities within Royston and we are not only keen to develop our existing badger and cadet units but also open a new adult unit.
“Knowing you have the potential to save a life is a wonderful feeling so why not drop by this evening to find out more and maybe even start your volunteering journey with St John Ambulance?”
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The open evening is being held at St Mary’s Catholic Primary School in Melbourn Road from 7pm to 9pm.
For more on the charity go to www.sja.org.uk.
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