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Ian and Matt have successfully completed their Level 3 FROS ASCFR Qualification
to Leanne for successfully completed their Level 3 FROS ASCFR Qualification
Good Luck to all the other responders who will be completing their qualification soon.
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Godiva Voluntary Medical Responders say thank you
Charity collection at Cannon Park Coventry 19 06 2021
Godiva Voluntary Medical Responders
would like to say a huge thank you to Cannon Park Shopping Centre Coventry for allowing us to do a charity bucket collection 19 06 21.
A huge thank you to everyone who made a donation,It is very much appreciated.
Your support will go towards helping save lives in Coventry.
Godiva Voluntary Medical Responders Thank you
You have made a difference Today
GVMR would like to thank Godiva Lions for their Kind donation to GVMR
The donation will help us to buy additional medical equipment
GVMR would like to thank Carwoods for sponsoring the Auxillary battery in the scheme car
GVMR would like to thank Mototech for the assistance with the scheme car service mot and repairs
Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal
Congratulations to Matt & Ian receiving their Platinum Jubilee Medals
Awarded for their service to the Ambulance Service
Proud to be
Helping The Community
Reinforcing our Commitment
"One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time"
Lady Godiva with the GVMR Rapid Response Vehicle. Lady Godiva a Platinum Jubilee Champion herself was impressed with the Charity GVMR and the work we do for the local community
GVMR Responders Commonwealth Games Assistance
Godiva Voluntary Medical Responders are proud to announce that responders from the group will be offering support to the West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) during the Commonwealth Games. WMAS will be expecting to be busier between 28 July to the 8 August during the Commonwealth Games, as over more than a million people are expected to visit the region. Volunteer responders will be offering support to WMAS in the area to offer additional support for critical emergencies. The last games saw 4,426 athletes including 300 para-athletes from 71 Commonwealth Games Associations take part in the event over 1.2 million spectators attended, there are expected to be more at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.