Learn how to use an AED at Community Defib Project’s Wisemans Ferry Bowling Club event
Updated: Apr 15
Community Defib Project founder and chairperson, Sophie Wills will be joined by 30-year veteran paramedic Carpet Hughes at Wisemans Ferry Bowling Club this coming Monday for the group’s very first Community Presentation.
The event is child friendly, and free for all members of the public to come and learn all about the more than 20 AEDs now fitted in the Wisemans Ferry community.
“We will be joined by Intensive Care Paramedic of more than 30 years Carpet Hughes who will make sure every community member is comfortable to save a life with an AED by the end of the evening, “ Ms Wills said.
The event is this Monday, 15th March 5.00-6.30pm at Wisemans Ferry Bowling Club.