Lucky2Bhere Harris

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The Skye based charity Lucky2BHere has now joined forces with Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland.

This is to enable them to continue and develop the programme of delivering basic first aid training with defibrillator use added on, out into the communities of the Islands and Highlands.

This now means the Heartstart Harris team will now be known as Lucky2BHere Harris.

Pictured above are Calum Mackay from the North Harris Trust presenting a cheque for £1000 to Adam Johnson from (L2BH Harris) and Karen Macrae, Sister and organiser of Christopher Macrae’s memorial football match, presenting a cheque for £1225.25 to Cameron Morrison (L2BH Harris)

Continued thanks go to Lucky2BHere in Skye, Western Isles Council, retired businessman John Murdo Morrison, The Harris Charity Shop, The Cathy Macleod Trust and the local community of Harris for their continued support in delivering this training and the installation of defibrillators out into the schools and community.

After the Easter Holidays courses will be delivered at the Harris Sports Centre for members of the public wishing to receive this training.

If you require any more information on this please contact The Lewis and Harris Sports Centres or look up the Lucky2Bhere website.