The MSA are pleased to announce that our Fright Night event raised the “scary sum” of over £300 this year.
All proceeds will go to both the new Playground Project and our running costs.
This is 50% up on last year and does raise the spectre of “Fright Night 3 – the return of the 3 Witches!”
Did you know there’s a Defibrillator at Mursley Village Hall?
Ian Jones, who is Paramedic and NHS Community Defibrillation Officer, will be giving a 90 minute demonstration in Mursley Village Hall on 16 November at 7.30pm.
While CPR alone (chest compressions and rescue breaths) saves around 9% of people who suffer from a sudden cardiac arrest, CPR and using an automated external defibrillator (AED) increases the chance of survival five-fold to 50%.
These computerised machines, which give an electric shock to the heart to return it to normal rhythm, are a crucial life-saving tool after sudden cardiac arrest.
If you would like to attend this informal training event, please email email@example.com or leave a message on 01296 720979
We had another roaring success at the MSA’s Race Night held on Saturday 24th September.
With an entirely Mursley-related theme to all the races and the horses, an excellent fish & chip supper, ably supported by the Green Man running the bar, who could ask for more!
Our thanks to our Race sponsors:
Watford Timber, Potash Nursery, Ginger Interiors, Triumph Hughenden M40, S & S Hauliers, Simon & Sue Clarke, Neil & Maggie Coles and Cackle Street Entertainment.
Proceeds will go towards both the upkeep of our premises and the Playground Project Committee.
Thanks to all who supported us. See you next year?