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Smiffy’s Ride London Day 2015

My Ride London day started at 03.45 by loading up my bike onto my sisters car, and setting off towards the Capital. I was to be dropped off, some 5 miles away from the start, at a pre-determined location. I had no idea where I was, and simply followed the hundreds of other riders, who […]

Disaster strikes on a short bike ride

Carolyn has shared this story with us to reinforce the message about wearing a cycle helmet even for short journeys. “I left my home at 08:55am on a Sunday morning to travel to church on my bike which is a 3 minute journey. In a rush as usual I wrapped the bike lock around the stem […]

De Montfort nominated for an award

The De Montfort University School of Nursing and Midwifery I.M.P.S. project for nursing students was nominated in the community engagement category of the Vice Chancellor awards for staff and projects/developments. Helena Dunbar and Bernie Waldron who developed the project at De Montfort said “Although we didn’t win we were thrilled that our project was recognised.  We had a lovely night […]

Duncan Selbie visits Manchester I.M.P.S.

The Manchester I.M.P.S. team was treated to a VIP visit when the Chief Executive of Public Health England, Duncan Selbie made a special effort to drop in on the department whilst visiting the organisation. Mr Selbie has been interested in the progress of I.M.P.S. and its associated projects (ELFS (Early Learning for Safety) & ORCS (Opportunities […]

Smiffy at Bure Park Primary School Fete

Our very good friend Smiffy says “I attended the Bure Park Primary School Fete on Saturday 13th with my friend and neighbour, Brian Perry, and we spent the entire 3hrs with our bikes on the turbo trainers. We covered 43.2 miles, and were very well supported by all the visitors. Thanks Brian and Becce for helping.” Smiffy […]

Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. is 20 years old!

Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. celebrated it’s 20th anniversary with the help of Andrew Smith MP, the Deputy Lord Mayor of Oxford, Councillor Colin Cook, the children from Wood Farm Primary School, members of the team past and present and many friends and supporters. Following the I.M.P.S. hospital visit the children joined everyone for a lunch (including fabulous […]

Abseilers hang around

The sun almost came out for the sponsored abseil on Sunday 14th June. 11 brave and adventurous supporters of Oxfordshire I.M.P.S. made their way to the top of the John Radcliffe Hospital to complete their challenge. For some it was a very daunting prospect, however, the team did amazingly well kitted out in white I.M.P.S. […]

Sashka saves brother from choking

Hull I.M.P.S recently took part in the annual Rock Challenge Event – market stall networking, BLS refresher for the pupils and a chance for to follow-up on pupils I.M.P.S training Sashka – a year 6 pupil from Francis Askew Primary in Hull had completed her I.M.P.S. training a few weeks before the event held in […]

Jandelle comes to the rescue

Jandelle Shaw, 11, used her new-found first aid skills to help a teacher when she was taken ill Jandelle Shaw rushed to the rescue of Anna Szaskiewicz when she was taken ill and fainted during a break time at Oasis Academy Aspinal, in Gorton, Manchester. Eleven-year-old Jandelle sprung into action by breaking the teacher’s fall, placing her […]

Why wearing a cycle helmet is a good idea

Why wearing a cycle helmet is a good idea.

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