CHILDREN AS YOUNG AS EIGHT BEING TAUGHT TO SAVE LIVES
CHILDREN as young as eight are being taught how to save lives as part of a new health campaign in Blythe Bridge.
More than 100 youngsters from schools in the area learned how to use a defibrillator in a special event on Monday.
They were also given tuition on key first aid skills and CPR during the first-ever Restart A Heart Day initiative at Blythe Bridge Library.
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