Shocking Defibrillator Theft

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Watt the @&%*&%$%&*()
The Defibrillator at the Petrol Station/Post Office appears to have been stolen.
What kind of electro-maggot would do such a thing, you may ask?
If you have any info, let us know; editor@curryrivel.org.

The first of the Resuscitation Training evenings is on Monday 5th December at 7.00pm in the URC Hall which is
open to all and is free! This will go ahead as planned.

There will be a demonstration on resuscitation including use of the defibrillator and question time with a qualified trainer from First Response.
If you are unable to attend but would like training, look out for further session dates in the new year.

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