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Updated: Dec 11, 2018

Local charity BASICS Devon, with the help of Webselect Internet, have launched a new website to help promote their volunteer emergency services and training.

The new website will connect people to resources to understand what BASICS Devon do, to get involved to support them, but more importantly to access training that could one day help save a life.

You can access the website at

BASICS Devon volunteer doctor and Trustee Simon Scott-Hayward said ‘We are excited by the launch of our new website; a huge amount of work has gone on behind the scenes to develop BASICS Devon over the last year and this is a key milestone in our journey. I would like to personally thank Webselect for all their hard work during the development of the website and their ongoing support. Please share the website link with your friends and family.’

BASICS Devon want to keep in touch with their local communities and supporters to keep them well informed and be able to access and contact their charity with ease. One of their aims that they are very passionate to achieve is to offer and deliver training in vital life-saving skills.

Mark Walker of Webselect said ‘ Webselect Internet have first-hand experience of the incredible work carried out by these volunteer Doctors so we’re delighted to work with BASICS Devon to create the all new website. We hope it helps raise the profile of this charity which is normally only visible in people’s most traumatic times.’

BASICS Devon is a network of 14 emergency volunteer doctors providing immediate access to specialist medical care at the scene of an accident or illness. Making themselves available around the clock throughout the year, responding to incidents at the request of the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust. So far BASICS Devon have responded to approximately 340 call outs this year. The charity relies solely on donations.

For further information, to donate or get involved please visit:

Contact Amie Bull, Fundraising Manager M: 07929 210266

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Thank you Mark Walker and Webselect for your support.

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