Defibrillator & CPR Taster Sessions

SW-based Charity 'Jay's Aim' was set up in 2018 in memory of James 'Jay' Osborne who died of a sudden cardiac arrest whilst out running in Exeter aged just 28. The registered charity is set up to reduce the number of young people who die of sudden cardiac arrests in SW England. They do this by providing: Free CPR and defibrillator training (nearly 20,000 people trained) Public Access Defibrillators (over 200 funded across the SW) Funding Cardiac Screenings Join one of their hands-on 20-minute 'drop-in' sessions to learn what to do in an emergency. Practise CPR on your own manikin and use a training defibrillator in a pretend emergency situation in these fun and interactive sessions for all the family. Or alternatively, just come along to the Jay's Aim tent to have a chat about their work and learn more about what they do!