Join in with of our lifesaving cast of thousands

On 18 October, there will be lifesaving performances in classrooms, halls and auditoriums around the UK.

Can your school or organisation join in with our record attempt?

Last year, we rocked it at Restart a Heart Day 2015, teaching CPR skills to combined audiences of over 30,000 people. But now it’s time for the encore – and that’s why Restart a Heart Day 2016 is going to be bigger and better than ever.

This year, we’re partnering with the Resuscitation Council (UK)British Red Cross, St John Ambulance, Yorkshire Ambulance Service and the UK National Ambulance Service to teach lifesaving CPR skills to 100,000 people.

Whether your audience is a classroom of ten or an auditorium of hundreds; you’ll be helping to set a record-breaking attendance:

Bigger than Wembley Stadium in England

Wembley Stadium in England illustration

Hampden Park in Glasgow – twice over

Hampden Park in Scotland illustration

SSE Arena Belfast – nine times over

SSE Arena Belfast illustration

Liberty Stadium, Swansea – five times over

Liberty Stadium in Wales illustration

Did you know?

Today, if you suffer a cardiac arrest out of hospital in the UK, you have less than a one in ten chance of surviving. Help us change that.

We work with workplaces, community groups and schools to ensure everyone knows the skills to save a life.

Order your free CPR kit today whether you’re a teacher, a professional or a community group leader.