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Always dial 999 in an emergency!
 

Always dial 999 in an emergency        If possible, ask someone to stand in a well lit place so the emergency services can find you easily        When dialling 999, always speak slowly, calmly and clearly        Is your house number or name clearly visible day and night?        Remember, a Community Responder may arrive before the Ambulance       

The TCR Team

The 2017 Team

At this time, the 2017 Team comprises nine members with three potential new recruits.  We get together every Wednesday evening at the Hurst Community College in Baughurst, where we discuss the support we have given to the local community during the previous week and to train for future emergencies.

Each member of the team shown below has attended a two-day Induction Course with SCAS and thereafter requalifies with a Paramedic Training Officer every six months.

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 Team Coordinator - Debbie

Debbie has been Responding since May of 2009 and says "Having lived in Tadley for over 30 years it is rewarding giving something back to the local community".
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 Team Training Officer and Deputy Coordinator - Bryan

Bryan has been a member of the Team since we started in 2001 and as Training Officer, is responsible for organising training sessions for the group.

He says "I have had many interests and hobbies in the past but can honestly say that acting as a Community Responder has given me the greatest sense of achievement and "job satisfaction". I find that every emergency I attend presents the opportunity to learn something new so, as a Responder, "every day is a day at school"!

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 Team Welfare Officer and Training Assistant - Sue

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 Team Equipment Officer - Greg

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 Team Member - Sian

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 Team Member - Ben

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 Team Member - Kiri

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 Team Member - Alice

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 Team Member - Jason

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Tadley Community First RespondersCalls to date...

6508

 For a detailed breakdown of the calls we have attended click here

 

Always dial 999 in an emergency        If possible, ask someone to stand in a well lit place so the emergency services can find you easily        When dialing 999, always speak slowly, calmly and clearly        Is your house number or name clearly visible day and night?        Remember, a Community Responder may arrive before the Ambulance