Marine Ambulance in Creux Harbour, Sark

Marine Ambulance at Sark Harbour Service

The St John Marine Ambulance crew attended the service for ‘Churches together in Sark’ at Creux Harbour. This annual occasion recognises all those who work at sea and blesses the all vessels that operate in the Bailiwick of Guernsey waters. St John volunteer Coxswain and Engineer Mark and Jason gave …

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Excellent service recognised at monthly awards

Four members were celebrated at the St John Ambulance & Rescue Service’s July monthly awards presentation for their outstanding service and achievement. Steve Domaille Paramedic Steve Domaille received the Recognition of Performance award following recommendations from members of the public for his level of professionalism and his calm and methodical …

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Emergency First Aid at Work training course

Our Emergency First Aid at Work training course covers everything from how to treat bleeding and bruising, to adult resuscitation. This is a full day’s course and is delivered by our experienced and friendly trainers. It will give you the skills and the confidence to administer first aid without hesitation …

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Flying Christine III back in service

Following routine maintenance and minor repair work, the marine ambulance Flying Christine III will be re-floated on the rising tide by Marine and General this evening (Friday 17 July). The vessel will then undergo a standard sea trial before it returns to its mooring at approximately 8 p.m. this evening. …

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St John Health Care Shop survey

We’d like to hear your thoughts about our St John Health Care Shop located at The Rohais. Your feedback will help us ensure that the service we provide and products we stock suit all your needs.  It shouldn’t take any longer than five minutes to complete either online here St …

Call 999 - St John Alderny

“Call 999” in an emergency

Alderney residents in need of an ambulance must call 999 to ensure the quickest response time from St John Alderney Ambulance Service (SJAAS). On the morning of Saturday 11 July volunteers of SJAAS will be stationed alongside one of the ambulances in Victoria Street to discuss any questions or concerns …

Flying Christine III returning to Guernsey after the Sea Service in Sark 17-08-14 Pic by Tony Rive (14)

Flying Christine undergoes routine maintenance

The St John marine ambulance, Flying Christine III, will be temporarily out of service for routine maintenance next week. Maintenance work is required twice a year to clean the bottom of the vessel and ensure it remains in good working order. There have been no issues or problems with the …