Defibrillators coming to Bramhall

26 Sep 2015

At the beginning of October there will two defibrillators installed in Bramhall Village.  The whole project is being organised by 1st Bramhall Scout Group as part of the national Scout Community Week. They have teamed up with the North West Ambulance Service to raise funds to provide the defibrillators and provide the training to all. The goal is to make ‘Britain’s friendliest village’, Britain’s safest village to have a cardiac arrest!!

This life saving equipment will be available to the whole community and in addition there is free training being offered in the form of drop in sessions on the 3rd and 4th October at Unit 17 in the Village Square (the same weekend as Bramhall’s Got Talent).

The whole community is getting behind this including help from I Love Bramhall, Village Square and the Himor Group as well as lot’s of shops and community groups.

The 1st Bramhall Scouts would like to invite you to the drop-in sessions to come and see how a defib works and how to use one in the event of someone having a heart attack. It could be the most important thing that you do this year.

The fundraising is not complete yet and 1st Bramhall Scouts are looking for the businesses that will benefit from this equipment to help them by making a contribution. All sponsors will be credited on a plaque on the equipment.

For more information see the attached or get in touch with Peter Boxall, Scout Leader, 1st Bramhall Scout Group Tel – 07790 01 09 36 [email protected]


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