Hampshire mum's campaign to save lives

Daily Echo: Hayley Stockford Hayley Stockford

IT’S one of the most important lessons a child can learn – how to save a life.

Hampshire mum Hayley Stockford has been teaching children emergency medical skills as part of her efforts to raise £1,800 for Cardiac Risk in the Young.

Daily Echo:

A resuscitation officer for the NHS, she ran free classes at West Totton Community Centre along with cake and book stalls and a raffle that raised more than £500.

She said: “I was chuffed as I never expected that much. I hoped to get around £400. I am so grateful to everyone who came along.”

Hayley, a 39-year-old mum from Totton, is also running the London Marathon in April.

So far she has raised more than £1,400. To sponsor her visit uk.virginmone

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9:35am Sun 16 Mar 14

Turtlebay says...

All drivers of lorries are also forced to attend the compulsory 'Emergency First Aid at Work' course as part of our CPC licence.

Do you think that it is right that first aid training be compulsory?
All drivers of lorries are also forced to attend the compulsory 'Emergency First Aid at Work' course as part of our CPC licence. Do you think that it is right that first aid training be compulsory? Turtlebay
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