St Martin's Defibrillator

A new defibrillator has been installed in Chavey Down,  unveiled by Councillor Nigel Atkinson representing Winkfield Parish Council and Reverend Patrick Mukholi of St Martin’s Church Chavey Down.  The defibrillator has been purchased and installed using donations from the Parish Council,  Department of Health & Social Care and the local table tennis club. Council Atkinson said "We’re pleased to provide a donation towards this new defibrillator for the residents of Chavey Down and congregation of St Martin’s Church. It’s also great to see local residents actively involved in the defibrillator training”, Reverend Mukholi added "It's always a great feeling to see a community rally together for such a universally helpful project. I am sure this defibrillator will save many lives in the days and years to come. Thanks be to God"
Installed on the outside wall of the church hall in Chavey Down and available 24 hours a day the defibrillator joins an important network of life saving devices covering the local area and will be maintained by the local church.

In an emergency, it can be accessed by calling 999 and following the instructions.

CPR and defibrillators: How to Save a Life 

Cardiac arrests can happen to anyone. 

Use the links to the resources below to learn how to do lifesaving CPR and how to use a defibrillator in an emergency.

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