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Appeal on behalf of the St. John Ambulance Association (Devon County Centre), by Mr. HEDLEY V. MILLER, Commissioner, St. John Ambulance Brigade
THE Ambulance movement at Plymouth began sixteen years ago in the George
Street Sunday School, staffed part-time by a few youths. It rapidly grew to be one of England's most active provincial accident and invalid removal centres. Today, Plymouth and District Ambulance Service has a fleet of eight motor vehicles ; a large, well-equipped central station ; two sub-stations and a First-aid hut at the seaside.
There is. however, urgent necessity for extensions to tho Central Ambulance Station, and the appeal this evening, by Commissioner Hedley V. Miller , Honorary Director of the organization, will be on behalf of the extension fund.

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