It was a busy weekend of CPR training for St John Scotland, with three events across the country.
The first of the CPR events took place in R.M Condor in Arbroath, when St John Scotland First Responders taught life-saving skills to 105th Regiment Royal Artillery who were taking part in a Health and Wellbeing Weekend.
The second session was held at the Rutherglen West and Wardlawhill Parish Church Christmas Fair, where St John Scotland volunteers provided free CPR training to people shopping for festive treats.
The third took place in Waverley Station, as St John Scotland volunteers, namely army personnel, supported St Andrews First Aid to deliver free training in CPR to people passing through the station.
St John Scotland is a proud partner of Save a Life for Scotland, which aims to train 500,000 people in Scotland in CPR. Under the Save a Life for Scotland umbrella, we host pop-up CPR sessions across the country, free of charge, and open to people of all ages.
St John Scotland's next CPR session will take place this Saturday at the Campsie Parish Church Christmas Fair in Lennoxtown between 12pm and 2pm, and everyone is welcome to come along and learn life-saving skills.
For more information about Save a Life for Scotland, visit savealife.scot