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  • Humble

    Humble
    Humble. What does it mean? For me it's the feeling I get when, as a CFR I am called to help someone who, for many and varied reasons is in need...
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  • 24/7 Service - even at night

    24/7 Service - even at night
    You only really get the full meaning of 24/7 when you get called out in the middle of the night and get to experience the fantastic service our...
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  • HAPPY NEW YEAR

    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    We at Eastbourne responders wish you a VERY Happy and Prosperous New Year 1 January 2015, but perhaps, most of all, that your New Year is a healthy...
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Ambulance Community First Responders are trained and despatched by The Ambulance Service to provide a First Response to 999 emergency calls close to where they live or work. They are all volunteers.


Wide range of calls yesterday

Wide range of calls yesterday

What a wide range of call our Responders make, and yesterday was no exception. Confidentiality forbids us to share exact details but we can share the experiences. Everything from the “I really need your...
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Win A Car

Win A Car

Eastbourne Responders, fund raisers and supporters photographed here at the Arndale Centre Win A Car competition on Sunday 7th December.   Eastbourne Arndale Centre's annual Win A Car charity Christmas draw...
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Hailsham Street Market

Hailsham Street Market

On Saturday November 22nd Responders and Supporters attended our first event in Hailsham. This was the invitation to attend and show our skills and what we bring to the community at the Hailsham Market. It was a...
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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

Responders joined their Ambulance colleagues at Thanksgiving and Remembrance Day at the Eastbourne War Memorial on Sunday 9th November 2014. Held in the presence of The Worhipful the Mayor of Eastbourne Councillor Janel...
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Recommended Viewing

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    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:

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  • Survivors
    Survivors reunited with the staff who saved their lives.
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