Free paediatric first aid classes in Rugby in honour of Freddie Fox

Freddie Fox with his mum, Charlotte Jolliffe
Freddie Fox with his mum, Charlotte Jolliffe

A Rugby woman whose toddler son was killed in a car crash has organised paediatric first-aid courses through a trust set up in honour of her little boy.

Charlotte Jolliffe set up the charitable trust in memory of her son, Freddie Fox, who died following a collision on the M6 in 2014.

Freddie’s Wish raises money for the air ambulance, Birmingham Children’s Hospital, A Child of Mine and supports bereaved families in the area.

The first-aid session takes place at Dunchurch Village Hall on Thursday, March 3, between 9.30am and noon.

The course will be delivered by qualified paramedics and will focus on CPR, burns, cuts, choking and meningitis.

The course is free but donations to Freddie’s Wish are welcome to help raise funds to support similar courses 
in the future. The trust’s aim is to provide first-aid training to as many parents as possible.

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