High period of demand on Liberation Day

The St John Emergency Ambulance Service experienced a busy period of demand on Liberation Day. Medical crews responded to a total of twenty-seven calls in the 24 hours between midnight on Wednesday 8th and midnight on Thursday 9th May.  The majority of calls were for medical cases and falls, and …

Young Badger puts first aid skills into action

A young Guernsey Badger who has been learning first aid with St John was able to put his knowledge into use after his nan collapsed in the garden. Seven year old Brandon Leech-Corbet who has only been a Badger since January last year saw his nan, Kathleen, go vacant, fall …

Busy bank holiday week for St John.

Volunteers and staff from St John Ambulance Guernsey are preparing for a busy week of activities in the island. Over the bank holiday weekend volunteer first aiders will be on duty at various community and sporting events including the horse racing at L’Ancresse, Literary Festival, Autocross and Twisty Sprint. St …

Reorganisation of St John companies in Guernsey

The Commandery of St John in Guernsey has recently completed a review of its corporate structure in the Bailiwick.  Over the years St John has delivered different services from different parts of the organisation and the review was undertaken to help clarify the confusion amongst some stakeholders and the general …