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Join our Wild Wales – Outdoor First Aid livestream
We’re holding our first ever first aid livestream; Wild Wales - Outdoor First Aid, showcasing minor injury first aid for outdoor adventures.
Hundreds benefit from 'Helping Hands' project during lockdown
Our volunteers in Bedlinog teamed up with others to run ‘Helping Hands’; a food bank project supporting low-income families during the first wave of lockdown.
First aid advice for your family this firework season
We’re appealing for people to plan ahead and be mindful of the risks often found at smaller-scale, garden displays this firework season.
Volunteers recognised by Her Majesty The Queen in Birthday Honours for services to COVID-19
Mat Hill and Jack Gibbins receive British Empire Medals (BEM) in recognition of their outstanding servies to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Swansea volunteers lend a hand supporting city’s freshers
The Swansea Help Point returns to support the city's night life, including the its newest students.
Help will be on hand during Freshers Week in Aberystwyth
A team of St John Ambulance Cymru volunteers are supporting people with minor injuries as more people are drawn to Aberystwyth to start university.
Save a Life September returns for 2020
We're launching our 2020 campaign to teach lifesaving skills to people in Wales.
Quick-thinking father saves choking daughter
A teenager from Pontypridd was saved from choking thanks to the sharp reactions of her dad.
Ferryside lifeboat volunteers advocate for water safety over Bank Holiday weekend
In the run up to Bank Holiday weekend, our first aid volunteers from Ferryside are appealing for people to be vigilant when spending time near water. ...
Pontyclun man appeals for more people to learn first aid after saving colleague's life
Quick-thinking Luke Ghanizadeh from Pontyclun saved the life of his colleague when she started choking at work
Year of the Nurse: Chief Nursing Officer celebrates our inspirational nurses
The Chief Nursing Officer for Wales spoke to eight of our nurses to thank them for their work across the Covid-19 pandemic