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Defibrillator installed in Wistaston after Baker Wynne & Wilson grant

Defibrillator installed in Wistaston after Baker Wynne & Wilson grant

By Jonathan White
A new life-saving defibrillator has been installed in Wistaston, thanks to a £1,300 ‘Community Pledge’ grant from Baker Wynne & Wilson.

The defibrillator is situated at the front of the hall at Wistaston Memorial Hall and Community Centre on Church Lane.

December 20, 2017 0 comments Village News, Wistaston
Nantwich Elim Church fitted with public access defibrillator

Nantwich Elim Church fitted with public access defibrillator

Nantwich Elim Church and the Regents Park Business Centre is to become a community of lifesavers.

The site off London Road has been fitted with a public access defibrillator (PAD) and awarded a CPR training kit by the British Heart Foundation (BHF).

March 28, 2017 0 comments Health, Human Interest, News
Nantwich First Responders welcome town’s first 24-hour defibrillator

Nantwich First Responders welcome town’s first 24-hour defibrillator

Nantwich First Responders have welcomed the town’s first 24-hour access defibrillator.

The life-saving equipment will be installed outside St Mary’s Church after it was donated by a local family.

March 30, 2016 1 comment Health, Human Interest, News
Paramedic trains Aston pub staff on new defibrillator

Paramedic trains Aston pub staff on new defibrillator

A paramedic helped turn a Nantwich village pub into a life-saving training centre!

Nick Blair, from North West Ambulance Service, ran a first aid course at The Bhurtpore Inn in Asto

October 30, 2015 0 comments Aston & Wrenbury, Village News
Nantwich student Harrison Lunt’s defib campaign earns £2k boost

Nantwich student Harrison Lunt’s defib campaign earns £2k boost

A Nantwich student’s campaign for more life-saving defibrillators at his school has been given a huge £2,000 boost.

Harrison Lunt’s bid to buy two extra defibs for Brine Leas School on Audlem Road has won a
Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation donation.

Nantwich teenager turns Brine Leas project into a life-saver!

Nantwich teenager turns Brine Leas project into a life-saver!

A Nantwich teenager is doing a school project with a difference – to save lives.

Brine Leas Academy student Harrison Lunt is taking an Extended Project Qualification to fund more life-saving defibrillators for his fellow pupils and staff.

Pupils given life-saving defibrillator for Tarporley High School

Pupils given life-saving defibrillator for Tarporley High School

Pupils at a school near Nantwich have raised enough money to fund a life-saving defibrillator to be based on site. Tarporley High School students were given one final donation by First Responders in the village to afford the machine.

Nantwich college receives eight life-saving defibrillators from SADS charity

Nantwich college receives eight life-saving defibrillators from SADS charity

Reaseheath College in Nantwich has become the first college to receive defibrillators from The Oliver King Foundation. Eight life-saving kits are being placed around campus and will be used in the event of anyone having a cardiac arrest.

Big-hearted Nantwich golfers chip in to buy life-saving defibrillator

Big-hearted Nantwich golfers chip in to buy life-saving defibrillator

Big-hearted golfers at a Nantwich club have chipped in to provide their local area with a life-saving defibrillator. Members of Brookfield Golf Club in Hankelow have all pitched in to help raise £7,800 over the last year.

Nantwich marina equipped with life-saving defibrillator from NWAS

Nantwich marina equipped with life-saving defibrillator from NWAS

Six members of staff from Aqueduct Marina in Nantwich have been trained to help save lives. The employees are now equipped with an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) given to them by North West Ambulance Service.