A Big Week this. Last night’s course took us past 800 people attending since we formed in 2017 and tonight we’re on the shortlist for a Community Award from Sutton Coldfield Town Council. Read on…
The CPR Counts Team was at Sutton Coldfield’s United Reform Church for our 20th course on Basic Life Support. The 41 people who attended took our running total past 800. If you’d asked any of us two years ago how we thought we’d be doing by now I don’t think we could have imagined how successful we’ve become. The total attendance over those 20 events has now passed 800 – that means there’s a significant number of local people who could now save someone’s life.
That’s what it’s all about!
A few weeks ago we received this in an email:
ROYAL SUTTON COLDFIELD COMMUNITY AWARDS
I am delighted to inform you that CPR Counts has been shortlisted for a Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council Community Award in the following category: Community Group of the Year.
Councillor David Allan, Mayor of the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, recognises the time and effort that CPR Counts has gone to over the past two years providing crucial and life – saving awareness to Sutton Coldfield residents.
The Mayor would be delighted to invite you to a Reception to be held at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall, on Thursday 21st November 2019.