Local school children gathered at Wilmslow High School on Friday, 8th July, to be taught life-saving skills by North West Ambulance Service.
Pupils from Alderley Edge, Ashdene, Dean Oaks, Gorsey Bank, Lacey Green, Lindow, St Anne's Fulshaw, Styal, Wilmslow Grange and Wilmslow Prep primary schools came together to learn how to perform CPR and safely use a defibrillator.
North West Ambulance Service organised a 'pretend collapse' and helped the children to intervene safely.
Tatton MP George Osborne joined the local schools who have installed defibrillators and observed the pupils being taught crucial CPR skills
The Chancellor of the Exchequer said "I have seen first-hand the incredible work the North West Ambulance Service does in our area to teach school pupils how help in an emergency and to train up adult first responders. Early intervention is so important in boosting a patient's survival chances so teaching first aid skills to young people can really save lives."