W.Bro. Mike Killner, the Worshipful Master of the Causeway Lodge (7588), is delighted to announce that our lodge will be supporting the Little Lifer Savers for 21/22
Little LifeSavers is a charitable organisation born from the drop-in sessions teaching Basic Life Support (BLS) skills including management of choking children/ Child Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) / Adult CPR and the Recovery Position organised by Dr Barbara Stanley (consultant anaesthetist) and delivered by junior doctors in West Sussex during the Junior Doctors Strike Action. It comes from a desire to disseminate widely the vital skill of providing effective CPR to members of the public – especially school children so as to generate a “nation of lifesavers”. One of the children who attended the drop-in CPR session told his school about it and the head teacher made the first request. And so Little LifeSavers was born.
Little LifeSavers was established as a charity in September 2016. During the first six months Little LifeSavers delivered Basic Life Support Skills Training throughout West Sussex. After this word began to spread and Little LifeSavers groups began to be set up across the UK. In May 2017 Little LifeSavers was featured on ITV’s This Morning. Little LifeSavers continues to grow with new groups being established all the time our nation of Little LifeSavers continues to get bigger and the chances of bystander CPR increases.
Causeway Lodge is Supporting The Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity in 2019/20
W.Bro. Doug Cowell, the Worshipful Master of the Causeway Lodge (7588), is delighted to announce that our lodge will be supporting the Dame Vera Lynn Children’s Charity in 2019/20 and will aim to assist the DVLCC with purchasing two capital items to enhance its service provision in supporting children under 5 with cerebral palsy and other motor learning impairments to realise their potential.
Yesterday evening, Ms Natalie Hogben made an excellent presentation to the brethren of the lodge, informing them of the work the charity undertakes and advised us of the ways in which we and others could offer suppor