Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. had a brilliant team of runners in the Virgin London Marathon 2017 raising in excess of £10,000. Robert said “I finished in a very pleasing 4:44:44. I knew I would want a massive burger at the end, so here is me plus burger (Organic and everything) plus medal plus two sons! I have […]
Nilofer Khan, Headteacher from Fir Tree School, Wallingford says, “I am so proud of our children and you and your team should be too” We had our official opening for the defibrillator that the Wallingford Town Council has put in our school for our local community. The Year 6 school councillors were brilliant. When Dick […]
We have just received this email from Glory Farm School in Bicester, Oxfordshire and are delighted that they followed up the government half price AED offer.* “Our year 6 pupils attended I.M.P.S. training in September and were all really impressed with how the AED could save a life and how easy it was to use. […]
Do you know how to save a victim of sudden cardiac arrest? Check and see how you would get on by taking this quiz.
Today is no smoking day and I.M.P.S. is asking you all to inspire a smoke free generation. Click here to make a pledge today.
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. has joined the mannequin challenge craze. Click here to see what happens during an I.M.P.S. CPR session.
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. is supporting road safety week by encouraging people to take the Brake Pledge to become safer drivers. A road safety stall was held in the main concourse of the John Radcliffe Hospital and 100 members of staff and visitors engaged with the team to discuss road safety and safer driving. We managed to […]
Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. would like to thank the wonderful Outdoor Traders Cycling Club for their donation of £2775 raised by organising a ride to remember Richard Kell. Richard, one of their members, tragically died on 23rd August 2016 from injuries he sustained in a crash during the Prudential Ride London 2016 event. 40 members braved the rain […]
On Tuesday 11th October, I.M.P.S. (Injury Minimisation Programme for Schools), run by City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) celebrated 15 years of helping year 6 pupils to help save lives. The Injury Minimisation Programme for Schools is an innovative health education programme for 10 and 11 year olds that teaches them how to manage […]
Following a crash during Ride London, OTCC club member and friend, Richard Kell, very sadly died on 23rd August 2016 as a result of his injuries. On Sunday 16th October, the club are organising the OTCC 50-50-50 Ride for Richard: (at least) 50 riders cycling 50 miles and each trying to raise £50 for our chosen […]