Monthly Archives: June 2016

Guest blog: There have been so many highlights being a CFR

David Halsey, of Haverhill, Kedington and Hundon Community First Responders, said… I have been a responder for five years, on average I do 96 hours per month.  I became a responder as I was diagnosed with an illness, and at the same time I … Continue reading

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Guest blog: There is a lot of satisfaction in helping people

Mike Poulton, a member of Wroxham and Hoveton CFRs, has volunteered for the last five years…   One day my wife noticed a CFR visiting one of our neighbours and she said “you could that”. It was as simple as … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Being a CFR has taught me that not every patient will present the same

  Danny Ayling, is a group co-ordinator for Holland/Clacton CFRs in Essex…. I have been a CFR for three years, in the last year I have become a student paramedic so I try to do as many as I can, … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: I absolutely love volunteering

Claire Taylor, 26, is a PA in Cambridge by day and is a CFR in Ely in her spare time… I became a volunteer in May 2014 and on average I volunteer for around 20 hours a month. I wanted … Continue reading

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