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Thinking of volunteering?

Whether you are interested in joining as a Responder, helping raise awareness of our work or fundraising, or you simply want to learn more then please contact us.

Our Team

Haslemere & District CFR consists of a team of competent, dedicated, and well trained volunteers. Allow us to introduce them to you on this page.

Alison

 

CFR Team Leader and Training Officer

 

Alison is a nurse and volunteers because you knows all to well that getting to casualties early can do so much to reassure them and save lives. Alison arranges all our on-going training from practicing the skills required through to personal safety and learning new skills and techniques.

 

Kirstein

 

CFR Deputy Team Leader

 

 

Kirstein works locally as a Teaching Assistant. Kirstein was trained as a nurse and found being a Responder uses the skills she has whilst she can keep the job she loves.

Sandy

 

CFR and Sponsorship lead

 

Sandy covers calls for the Petworth Area

I am a local businessman in the Security industry. I saw a program on TV which featured a CFR and thought what a great way to give something back to my community. I like to think that I can remain steady under pressure and really wanted to help people. I made some enquiries and, well I havent looked back and do not regret it for one minute.

 

Tracey

 

CFR

 

A former BA Cabin Crew member Tracey now works as a care assistant locally.

Tracey is currently on a sabatical due to family commitments

 

 

Jeremy

 

Jeremy  has recently applied for and been accepted on a training course with SECAmb. 

Jeremy will soon be working full time as a qualified member of a SECAmb Ambulance crew

 

 

 

Laura 

 

CFR

Laura recently passsed her initial course and is keen to get out helping the community in Haslemere. Married with two children, Laura who originally hails from Aistralia, was previously a nurse.

Louise

 

CFR

Louise recently passed her initial course and is our first responder in the Midhurst area. Louise lives and works in the Midhurst area and is delighted to be Responder for her local community.

Izzy

 

Awaiting Training

Izzy should be the next person from our Group to receive training and become a CFR. Izzy lives in Haslemere and was previously in the British Army

More details to follow.

Shiobhaun

 

Awaiting training

Shiobhaun has applied to become a CFR and should be trained in the near future. Shiobhaun is married with children and lives in Fernhurst

 

Alana

 

Awaiting training

Alana has applied to become a CFR and should be trained in the near future. Alana works in Haslemere and lives in Fernhurst

 

 

Thinking of volunteering?

Whether you are interested in joining as a Responder, helping raise awareness of our work or fundraising, or you simply want to learn more then please contact us.

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