New Defibrillator in Tarvin

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A defibrillator has now been installed in Tarvin Village, on the High Street next to Jacqueline Wilson Independent Funeral Services and has been donated by Jacqueline Wilson.

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This life saving equipment is paramount when someone suffers a cardiac arrest. It is available for
everyone to use when needed and has clear instructions to follow.

A community training evening on the use of this equipment has been organised and will be delivered by North West Ambulance Responders. This will take place on Thursday 3rd November 2016 at Tarvin Methodist Church commencing at 7pm. Refreshments will be served.

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This is open to adults and children and I am sure you will find it very worthwhile. We look
forward to seeing as many people as possible. For any further details please contact Jacqueline Wilson on 01829 781572

Ed:" This is a welcome addition to the defibrillator in the Community Centre and now on the High St."

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