Liberation Day food parcels

This Liberation Day St John volunteers delivered more than 140 food parcels to people around Guernsey. The parcels containing items like coffee, tea, hot chocolate, biscuits and tins were donated by members of the public, packed into shoeboxes and wrapped in brown paper to look similar to the parcels that …

Liberation Day parcels

A group of community volunteers and St John Ambulance Guernsey have joined together to deliver ‘St John Liberation Day’ parcels to members of the Occupation generation and isolated members of the community on 9th May. The parcels have been donated by members of the Guernsey public. The original idea came …

Meet our Covid volunteers: Vikki Zabel

During the latest Covid lockdown when most of Guernsey was sleeping, a group of volunteers have left their beds, donned overalls aprons and gloves and are decontaminating an ambulance that has been used to transports a patient with Covid symptoms. Vikki Zabel is one of the newest members of the …

Meet our Covid volunteers: Paul Watts

St John Ambulance Guernsey has been one of the charities at the forefront of the island’s response to the latest lockdown. Many of the organisation’s exiting volunteers have changed roles to become part of the Covid response team, which has also been boosted members of the public who have never …

Join our Covid volunteer team

St John Ambulance Guernsey is providing a number of services to support the community during the Covid-19 pandemic. The services which we introduced towards the start of the coronavirus pandemic last year have been continuing in the background over the past few months and with the announcement of a new …

Celebrating 500 years of service to St John

Twenty-four long serving members of St John have been recognised for their commitment to the charity in Guernsey. Collectively the volunteers have given more than 500 years of service to St John in Guernsey. The Bailiff of Guernsey, Richard McMahon who presented the awards at a special ceremony at Les …

On duty with Pudsey Bear!

Last weekend some of our volunteers were on duty at the BBC Countryfile Ramble for Children in Need with the famous Pudsey Bear. Around 200 people turned up for the event, which was probably the only one of its kind in the British Isles, where people could freely meet in …