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T@3 Collages

Posted by Jason Cunningham on  1 July, 2020

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To purchase your own T@3 Mug to raise funds for the 2023 Festival click here 1st July 2020 24th June 2020 17th June 2020 10th June 3rd June 2020 27th May 2020 20th May 2020 13th May 2020 6th May 2020 29th April 2020 22nd April 2020

Marking Well Newsletter – Issue No 13, July 2020

Posted by Jason Cunningham on  1 July, 2020

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WRMCL Update #4

Posted by Jason Cunningham on  26 June, 2020

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Post Covid-19 Ritual (from the 4th July that is)

Posted by Jason Cunningham on  26 June, 2020

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Situation of the Tyler? Outside the door of the lodge. His duty? Armed with a 2m sword to see off all coughers. Situation of the Inner Guard? Within the entrance. His duty? To admit the uninfected on proof,  receive the candidates duly masked and  obey commands of the junior Doctor. Situation of the Junior Deacon? 1m+ away from the SW. His duty? To carry all soap of the WM from the SW to the JW,

WRMCL AND THE CLEEVES AND WHITEHEAD TRUST SUPPORT THE WEST YORKSHIRE MEDICAL RESPONSE TEAM

Posted by Jason Cunningham on  25 June, 2020

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West Yorkshire Medic Response Team (WYMRT) is a registered, independent Charity which has been voluntarily providing pre-hospital specialist trauma and medical critical care to the public of West Yorkshire since its inception in 2009. Operationally, the critical care team includes a senior Doctor, already trained in pre-hospital care, and a senior Paramedic. Team members work as unpaid volunteers and the charity receives no remuneration for its work, relying only upon charitable donations to cover its