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Dozens learn CPR in Dalgety Bay

More than 60 people learned CPR in a free training session held this weekend, run by St John Scotland volunteers in Fife.

The session took place at Dalgety Parish Church, where earlier this year, a Public Access Defibrillator, which St John Scotland part-funded, was installed. Members of the public who came along to Saturday's CPR session were also able to see a demonstration of how to use the defibrillator, should they ever need to act in an emergency. 

The CPR session and defibrillator installation in Fife form part of our work across Scotland to save and enhance lives. We welcome interest from local community groups and organisations who wish to either host a CPR session or work together to fund a defibrillator - please get in touch at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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