New volunteers hit the ground in Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire has received a boost to its volunteers as a new batch of recruits have completed their community first responder training.

All five of the new volunteers life savers passed the course “with flying colours” according to Community Partnership Training Officer Simon Marshall.

He said: “The new CFRs worked really hard, they were all extremely eager to get involved and passed with flying colours, I want to thank them for their dedication and wish them the best of luck in the future.”

The new community first responders (CFRs) completed their training at Letchworth ambulance station and will be based in various locations throughout the county including Harpenden, Watford, Pavenham, Hitchin, and Stevenage.

Published 27th July, 2016

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