Recently members of the Lions presented teddies to the Ambulance Service.
The teddies are dressed in a Paramedic uniform and have Para-teds and Bridlington Lions embroidered on them. These teddies are given to children who have either been injured or have to go into hospital by ambulance and are a source of comfort to them.
They help the paramedics to find the source of the pain by the children pointing to the part of the body on the teddy. The paramedics think they are a great idea, and are also used in other areas.
The photograph shows Lions John Hall on the front row & Lion Gary Hedges on the back row with members of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service.
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