First Aid in Our Community

We are really lucky to have been supported by Cooke Aquaculture to buy a defib and a case for our school and community.

Cooke Aquaculture have created a post about their investment in us which can be found on their social media:

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland | Bellshill | Facebook

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Cooke in the Community | Orkney School Life-Saving Device and Training
Cooke Aquaculture Scotland realises the importance of defibrillators within local communities and we were happy to help the Firth Primary School purchase one of these life-saving devices.
We were thrilled to see the Orkney school was able to get a crash course in first aid, thanks to a member of the Kirkwall Fire Service.
Mark Rendall came along to administer the first aid training with the P4/5 classes, showing them how to use the defibrillator, amongst other important skills.
The school said that they were very grateful to Cooke for the contribution, which enabled them to purchase both the device and the case for outside the school building for the use of the whole community.
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