The incoming Mayor for The Melton Borough, Councillor David Wright, is considering nominating Melton Community First Responders as one of his charity’s for the 2016/17.
The announcement will be made on Tuesday 17th May.
Melton Aurora Rotary club Fun Day
1st May, 10am to 4pm
Scalford Village Hall
Melton Community First Responders will have a stall at this event, manned by members of the group.
There are a lot more community access defibrillators being installed in the area and you never know when you might be asked to fetch and use one. On the stand we will have a resuscitation doll and a training defibrillator. Come along and have a go; it will give you the confidence to use it, should the need arrive.
Tim Frisby, a member of Melton Community First Responders, has been successfully nominated for an individual award.
The Community First Responders, have been successfully nominated for a Group Award.
The awards will be presented on 20th April. We will update and let you know how we get on. Whatever the outcome, we are very honoured to be nominated.
Or new project is to replace all the dilapidated kit bags we use for carrying our essential equipment. The oxygen bottles are fairly heavy so the bags need to be robust and they must also be wipe-clean to comply with infection control procedures. The most suitable bag that we have been able to find costs around £200 each and we have 13 to replace.
We would also like to buy a hi-vis jacket, with pockets, and a sweatshirt for each responder. Currently, in the group there are 17 fully Trained Responders with another 4 waiting to get onto a training course.