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7th Aug, 2022

Youngsters get lifesaving training from fire service

PUPILS at Kineton High School have been given life saving training.

Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service trained 150 pupils how to use a Public Access Defibrillator (PAD/AED) on practice dummies.

The training is part of the new Heart Shield Project initiative which offers secondary school pupils the chance to learn life saving skills.

Kineton High School is the first school in South Warwickshire to receive the training.

*YOUNGSTERS were given a lesson on the long arm of the law.

PSCO Emma Turner from Shipston police visited Winchcombe Farm Day Nursery to talk about the work the police do as part of the children’s project on ‘people who help us.’

Nursery manager Allie Aves said: ” “We were very grateful for her giving up her time to come and visit us as the children gained so much from her visiting us and didn’t stop talking about it for days.”

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