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Learn the art of first aid at Hornsey town hall

PUBLISHED: 12:53 07 September 2017

Hornsey Town Hall

Hornsey Town Hall

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Members of the public are being invited to attend a session where the art of first aid can be learnt.

The Red Cross event, which will take place on September 9 at Hornsey Town Hall offers the opportunity to learn howto administer first aid so that you are better prepared in the case of a crisis.

Sessions will cover head injury, severe bleeds, burns, broken bones, distress and unresponsiveness (both breathing and not breathing).

It is being hosted by Sally Mustoe, 88.

She said: “I hear of so many people who say they feel useless after these tragic events (like Westminster and Grenfell) but they don’t know what to do.

“I’ve worked with the Red Cross for 50 years and they are always on the scene straight away and I want as many people to learn how they can provide first aid too.”

To reserve a space, contact sally.mustoe@btinternet.com

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