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didi rugby parents given the chance to learn skills that could save a child's life
A person learns life-saving techniques
A person learns life-saving techniques

The head coach of didi rugby Coventry is providing an opportunity for parents of children in her classes to learn skills that could save a little one’s life.

Sophie Gulliver has joined forces with TOLAN Training to put on a paediatric training session for parents of children who attend sessions at didi rugby Coventry.

The event is set to take place at the end of February in the evening at Coventry Rugby Club. The exact date and time will be announced shortly.

Only 15 places are available on the night and interested parties are invited to contact Sophie to book their place.

Life-saving techniques

Life-saving techniques and equipment are very important to Sophie after the passing of a close friend due to a cardiac arrest. And that sad news has already inspired her to raise money for a defibrillator which is stationed at Eastern Green Village Hall – one of didi rugby’s venues in Coventry.

Now she is keen to make sure every didi parent in her area has the skills necessary to save a young child’s life, if a terrible situation was to ever emerge.

“The evening will offer three hours’ worth of life-saving techniques for just £10,” said Sophie.

“You obviously hope nothing like this ever happens but I feel it’s really important to try and give didi parents the opportunity to learn what to do in the event of an emergency.

“If that means they have the knowledge to protect little ones as they grow up, this will be the best investment they make all year!”

Bookings can be made by contacting Sophie.Gulliver@didirugby.com or by calling her on (07794) 336680.

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