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Volunteer to walk 100km for St John Ambulance Cymru
Assistant Chief Volunteer, Mike Flanagan, will start his challenge on Friday and walk along the A48 from Swansea to Newport via Cardiff which will take five days.
Carmarthen teenager takes on Captain Tom 100 for St John Ambulance Cymru
Deputy Young Adult of the Year Celyn-Mai Clement is completing 100 minutes of continuous CPR compressions as part of the Captain Tom 100 Challenge.
Helen Smith dons running shoes for St John Ambulance Cymru
Helen is running 45Km in May for St John Ambulance Cymru
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We're giving you the chance to win signed limited edition WRU memorabilia, our rugby raffle! Tickets available now!
We've been shortlisted in the Loteri Cymru peoples choice competition
Show your support by voting for St John Ambulance Cymru to become Loteri Cymru’s People Choice Charity of the Year!
Woman puts best foot forward for St John Ambulance Cymru in memory of grandfather
A woman living with Secondary-Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (SPMS) is taking on a gruelling personal challenge to raise money for us in dedication to her Grandfather, a former volunteer.
Pontarddulais RFC scrum together raising over £3,000 in memory of Gerallt Davies
An epic fundraising challenge taken on in memory of our volunteer, Gerallt Davies MBE has raised over £3,000. The challenge saw playe...
St John Ambulance Cymru wins £1,000 Movement for Good Award
St John Ambulance Cymru have been given £1,000 thanks to nominations from the public
Our volunteers thanked by The Duchess of Gloucester for Covid-19 response
This Volunteers’ Week, The Duchess of Gloucester joined six volunteers from St John Ambulance Cymru, on a conference call to thank them for their service during the Covid-19 crisis
Bridgend Badger walks 26 miles for fundraiser
A boy from Bridgend has walked 26 miles in 16 days to raise money for us
Rugby club takes on 10,000 mile challenge in memory of "inspirational" volunteer
Players from Pontarddulais RFC are running, walking and cycling to fundraise in memory of volunteer Gerallt Davies MBE.