Cash delight for Sidmouth St John Ambulance

PUBLISHED: 10:44 25 March 2011

CASH BOOST: Sidmouth St John Ambulance divisional superintendant, Brian Johnasen, recieves a cheque from Fellowship secretary Betty Northam.

CASH BOOST: Sidmouth St John Ambulance divisional superintendant, Brian Johnasen, recieves a cheque from Fellowship secretary Betty Northam.

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SIDMOUTH’S St John Ambulance division got a cash boost on Wednesday that will net the charity new medical equipment.

SIDMOUTH’S St John Ambulance division got a cash boost on Wednesday that will net the charity new medical equipment.

Divisional superintendent, Brian Johansen, received a cheque for £1,005 to buy ten pulse oximeters.

Betty Northam, secretary of the Sidmouth St John Ambulance Fellowship, handed over the money.

“We hope it will help you continue your excellent work,” she said.

Sidmouth Conservative Club also raised £300 for the purchase of a further two pulse oximeters.

The device indirectly monitors the oxygen saturation of a patient’s blood.


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