Ronnie Richards Memorial Charity

  • RRMC UK Heart Safe Non Profit Award Winner October 2018
  • Penzance Police Station PAD Presentation
  • South Western Ambulance Service Trust (SWAST) - RRMC Cornwall 200th PAD Presentation Humphry Davy School, Penzance.
  • Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Police - St Blazey PCSO 30528 Natalie Merrikin and Inspector Ed Gard, St. Austell Police.
  • Sea Vessels - Newlyn Fishing Trawler 'Admiral Gordon' Defib Presentation
  • National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) Cape Cornwall PAD Presentation
  • Communities - Lamorna Wink Pub PAD Presentation.
  • Schools - Sennen Primary School PAD Presentation.
  • Sports - Penzance Pirates RFC PAD Presentation.
  • Surf Life Saving Clubs (SLSC) - Hayle Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) PAD Presentation


'Pupils at Humphry Davy School, Penzance, undergoing training covered by BBC Spotlight Television'.

Pupils at Humphry Davy School, Penzance, undergoing training covered by BBC Spotlight Television.

The UK Heart Safe Non Profit Award Winner Ronnie Richards Memorial Charity (RRMC) is an organisation of dedicated unpaid volunteers in the protection and saving lives from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) that claims one life every 5 minutes in the UK including one child in our schools daily.

The RRMC has secured the best price top quality public access defibrillator (PAD) equipment. We are currently the only organisation in the UK that has embraced a full public access defibrillator (PAD) program.

It is covering surgeries, health centres, pharmacies, police stations, railway stations, National Coastwatch Institutions (NCI), National Trust, harbours, businesses, public housing, community centres, village halls, shopping centres, stores, shops, restaurants, hotels, pubs, taxis, churches and chapels, schools and colleges, sports, and 24/7 cover on beaches.

The RRMC closely linked PAD infrastructure program has saved many increasing lives from an eight year old girl to a ninety five year old lady and includes five resuscitation recoveries in one week.

The RRMC combination in Cornwall of ready available PADs and increasing around 30,000 people CPR & AED trained includes over 7000 secondary school students in the battle against out-of-hospital SCA mortality in the county continues to be won.

A quick combination of CPR and defibrillation can restore life.

Please join us in our on-going campaign to promote
the use of this life-saving equipment.

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