Tennis contest for first-aiders
A tennis tournament in Bath will help save lives this summer.
St John Ambulance is one of the charities which will benefit from the annual Monkton Ladies Charity Tennis Tournament.
First aid volunteers will receive funds from the popular ladies doubles competition and lunch, which raises up to £5,000 a year, alongside the NSPCC.
"We're thrilled to have been chosen and the cash will make a real difference to our work in and around Bath," said St John's volunteer, Jamie Humphreys, who made the application.
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Money will go to a unit of 18-25-year-old volunteers who give up their time to practise first aid in the community and train others to learn life saving skills.
The event, which is 25 years old this year, was set up by Sandie Moore.
Each year 100 women take part in the event at Monkton Combe School.
"The choice of charity was tough this year, but St John Ambulance won us over and we are delighted to be able to support their work in the community," said Sandie.
The tournament is on June 20 and St John Ambulance is supporting it by providing free first aid cover.