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Support UK Emergency Support Services

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UKESS has been set up with its aim to provide practical aid and support to Front Line Emergency Services, Local Authorities and Communities during Public and National Emergencies, Major Incidents and National Crisis. £6 Pays for an Emergency Responders personal pocket First Aid kit, £25 Pays for the contents of a Welfare Team response bag, £50 Pays for a volunteers initial training including basic First Aid and £300 Pays for An Emergency Responders full uniform kit.

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