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Today is 26 November 2014
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Charity Number: 1135730
Serving the people of Eastbourne, Hailsham, Herstmonceux, Pevensey Bay, Polegate, Westham and surrounding areas
Responders joined their Ambulance colleagues at Thanksgiving and Remembrance Day at the Eastbourne War Memorial on Sunday 9th November 2014. Held in...
We held our 5th Annual General Meeting on Thursday 16th October which was very well attended. From the reports given it was gratifying to know...
Eastbourne couple say thanks to lifesavers
Read here about a real live story published by the Eastbourne Herard on 3rd October 2014. This shows and describes, better than we ever could, what...
Community First Responder in the Eastbourne area, Matt Briggs, (EAS01), has had a busy time in recent weeks.
Matt has been a responder for many years and contributes a lot of his own time, whilst also working a...
The team urgently needs fundraising members to help attend events on behalf of the group.
Until now Responders have attended but due to the increasing operational demands placed on them we are looking for motivated...
The Eastbourne team stands to gain two new Community First Responders in the coming months when Prospective members Leanne Ryan and Richard Bradford are trained in Crawley in November.
Both were chosen for training...
All of the 28 Asda stores in Kent, Sussex and Surrey now have a public access defibrillator at each store, and we were able to help at Eastbourne and Hailsham stores.
SECAmb CFRs have risen to the challenge of...
If an adult has suddenly collapsed, is not breathing normally and is unrepsonsive, they are in cardiac arrest. There is no time to lose. Even if you are untrained your actions can help.
What is a stroke?
A stroke is a ‘brain attack’ caused by a disturbance of the blood supply to the brain. There are two main types of stroke, which require different types of treatment:
Survivors reunited with the staff who saved their lives.
See their stories.
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