Flying Christine III called out to cruise ship

Our marine ambulance, Flying Christine III, was called out to the cruise ship, Britannia, on Sunday morning with a request for two patients to be transferred to Guernsey suffering medical complaints. The medivac went smoothly and the patients were transferred to hospital by two road ambulances.

Inshore Rescue Boat (credit Jon Le Ray)

Longer daylight hours prompt St John reminder

St John is reminding people to stay safe in and around the island’s waters this springtime. Historically at this time of year the service sees an increase in calls to its inshore and cliff rescue teams, as islanders make the most of the improving weather and lighter evenings. The Service …


AFM’s Christmas raffle money supports St John

AFM has donated £1,000 to St John Emergency Ambulance Service.  The money was raised by the facilities management company at the annual staff Christmas raffle. The generous donation will go towards the ongoing running costs for St John Emergency Ambulance Service.  Whilst the service is largely funded by the States …

Rosemary and Terry Willey, left, co-owners of Guernsey Gourmet Fudge and chef Craig Wynstone and Vanessa Spiller, right, chief executive officer of the Commandery of St John

Liberation fudge bars raise funds for St John

St John has benefited from the proceeds of a special Guernsey fudge bar, which was made by a local confectioner to mark the 70th anniversary of the island’s liberation last year. Over 4,000 bars were sold in retail outlets across the island throughout 2015, with 10p from every bar sold …

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St John Training Services has moved to Les Cotils

All future first aid and health and safety training courses run by St John Training Services are now being held at Les Cotils. The courses, previously held at the St John premises at Les Gigands, are practical and interactive run by a number of highly trained medical professionals. Managing director …