Monthly Archives: May 2014

Busy busy busy

The next post from our student paramedic blog, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below to view. Busy busy busy. Advertisements

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Having a ball

The next post from our student paramedic blog, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below to view. Having a ball.

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The long days, the terrain and the weather, it was tough!

Read about the ride as it happened from cycling enthusiast, pedalling paramedic and Norfolk General Manager, Matt Broad. ‘We have all felt a huge sense of achievement in completing the 999 mile “GB10” ride. We have not finished receiving donations … Continue reading

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Why I do the job.

The next post from our student paramedic blog, ‘Lights, sirens and assignments’ is now available to view.  Click on the link below to view. Why I do the job.

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The ride is “act of clear lunacy”

The preparation for the Pedalling Paramedics has been more like a rollercoaster.  Norwich “Windmill” Chris Barnes, 35, talks about the preparation in his own words. 

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