See the Entertainments page and News Posts for details of exact dates and times nearer the event but here is a quick look at what happens over the year:
Membership renewals take place in January from 1st – 28th.
Over 60’s and lifetime members meal with entertainment
Annual General Meeting: Normally takes place on the second Sunday in May. Please support your Committee and hear about the Clubs progress and financial situation.
Nominations for Committee positions. Election for Committee take place.
The childrens party is open to Members children and grandchildren.
Members dinner and dance
Defribrillator: Our fully automatic iPad SP1 defibrillator is kept in the door persons cupboard. Learn how to use one, you might save a life! www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKR-2hifBp8
When should I use a defibrillator?
If an individual is showing signs of a cardiac arrest, a defibrillator can be used to return their heart to its normal rhythm.
A cardiac arrest is when the heart suddenly stops pumping blood around the body, usually due to a problem with the heart’s electrical signals. If the heart stops pumping blood around the body, the brain will be starved of oxygen and this will result in a person losing consciousness and stopping breathing. A cardiac arrest is considered a medical emergency and immediate action needs to be taken, otherwise it could be fatal. If someone is in cardiac arrest, they will be unconscious, unresponsive and they won’t be breathing, or they won’t be breathing normally. If you come across someone in this state, you can improve their chances of survival by phoning 999 and giving CPR as soon as possible. (Credit: Cardiac Science)