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Eldest brother saved by seven-year-old sister
Lowri had learned first aid at her Bager sett in Bedlinog just months before the incident. When her brother started choking, Lowri leapt into action.
Volunteers honoured by HRH Duke of Gloucester for exceptional service
Ruth Lewis and David Gardner have been honoured for their exceptional volunteer work as part of a special investiture service at Priory Church of St John in London.
Operations Manager completes boat race with defibrillator
Philip Kinsella travelled across the Celtic Sea over five days and took a defibrillator with him to help safeguard all on board.
Woman encourages others to learn first aid
A woman who came to the help her husband after he went into cardiac arrest is encouraging others to learn first aid, so they too know how to save a li...
National campaign to train more lifesavers in Wales
We're offering free, two-hour, first aid awareness training to communities across Wales during Save a Life September.
Volunteers nominated for 2021 WAST awards
Martyn Price, Jack Evans (Rhayader), David Manning-Lee (Ebbw Vale) and Dorian Williams (West Glamorgan) have been nominated for their excellent work in their community.
Volunteering with Pride
As a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, our Richard Baxter talks about his experience of inclusivity as a St John Ambulance Cymru volunteer.
Our young people making a difference in north Wales
Young people from across north Wales have come together to support vulnerable people.
Operations Manager takes to the seas with defibrillator on epic yacht race
Philip Kinsella, will travel 695 nautical miles across the Celtic Sea as part of an iconic boat race taking place next week with a defibrillator in his kit.
Former St John Ambulance Cymru Division recognised in new housing development
Homes on a new development in Cefn Cribwr are to be named ‘Clos Sant Ioan’ meaning ‘Saint John’s Close’ in English recognising its heritage as a St John Ambulance Cymru hall.
Volunteer saves life after wasp sting reaction
Jess Hughes responded to the incident after receiving the emergency call. Jessica gave the man shot of adrenaline which saved his life.