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Being a Responder is a very rewarding experience. Please click 'read more' to see more details..
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Most would assume that our equipment would be provided by the Ambulance Service. but our equipment and running costs are paid for through our fundraising efforts, public donations, grants or support from local companies.
- The Group have been working with the Eastbourne Defibrillator Partnership to promote the spread of Public Access Defibrillators in Eastbourne. We have the pleasure in taking part in the public launch...read more...
- 11 MarRT @GilesAdams999: Cardiac arrest is a community problem and needs a community solution, public access defibrillators save lives ! https://t.co/NZ66fCdQR9
- 11 MarRT @GilesAdams999: @SECAmbstaff @EbnResponders @EastbourneBuzz @lionsclubs all preparing for launch of #EastbourneHeart Beat https://t.co/yjMwxKGF77
- 06 MarRT @AlfHeartstart: Are you interested in becoming a community responder and supporting your village? If so - we need you! Reply and we will get in touch....
- 24 FebRT @mariacaulfield: Much smoother flight home this evening!! Busy day tomorrow with second reading of defibrillator bill in House of Commons
- 23 FebGreat talk to round up the AGM on Human Factors in Resuscitation by @andycooper01 #dontgettunnelvision #teamwork… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
- 23 FebThe AGM for the Charity tonight, massive thanks to the Trustees who keep the group funded. Challenging year ahead… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
- 12 FebRT @emmasecamb: This week I will be asking @SECambulanceCFR for good news stories of how the issuing of airwaves has improved their volunteering experience
- 02 FebRT @mattbriggs: 2/2 Great to have such dedicated Team Leaders from @EbnResponders @SeahavenCFRs @AlfHeartstart & East Dean helping the areas teams