Members of Sutton cum Lound Parish Council, The Muslim Charity, District Councillor Denise Depledge, and local MP Brendan Clarke-Smith
A New Defibrillator in the Village
It’s one of those things that we want, but we don’t want. We now have a new defibrillator in the village for use by the Community thanks to the help of a local charity. Many of you will know that we already had a defibrillator positioned at the Village Hall, but with the generous help of the Muslim Charity and a top-up donation from Nottinghamshire County Council we have been able to replace it with a newer model.
The Defibrillator is for use by anyone in need of it but is only accessible through using emergency services who will assess whether it is needed and tell you how to get hold of it.
The original defibrillator is still usable and has been relocated to the Church.
Thanks also must go to Dylan Boddy, a local responder, who gives up some of his free time to regularly check our defibrillators and make sure they are always in working use.
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