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SADS UK Reception at the Welsh Assembly, Wednesday 3rd October 2012 PDF Print E-mail

Library photo, Gwenda Thomas, Deputy Minister speaks at SADS UK  2009 Welsh Assembly Reception

Invite in English

Invite in Welsh

Help Save Lives

SADS UK Big Shock Campaign

Defibrillators in schools

must be Mandatory

SADS UK holds their next

Welsh Assembly Reception on
Wednesday 3rd October – Mid-day to 2.30pm
Welsh Assembly Statement of Opinion. OPIN-2009-0108
- SADS UK- Help Save Lives

"This Assembly congratulates
SADS UK, the cardiac charity, for providing heart monitors and defibrillators
in the community to prevent sudden cardiac death;

Encourages Members to support SADS UK in their aims
to place Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) and training in all schools
across Wales in order that pupils, staff and other personnel can receive vital
emergency treatment immediately if they suffer a cardiac arrest on school
premises, giving them the best possible chance of survival


Anne Jolly, MBACP (Accred), Founder of SADS UK, Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome

Please ensure your
Assembly Member has signed in support of Statement of Opinion tabled on behalf

OPIN-2009-0108 - SADS

Joyce Watson AM for Mid and West Wales, Anne Jolly
Founder of SADS UK, Nurse Julie Starling, The Welsh Ambulance Service and St
Julian’s School will speak about the need for defibrillators in schools.

Contact SADS UK, if you would like to
attend the Welsh Assembly Reception on Wednesday October 3rd at 12

01277 811215. Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



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