A new defibrillator with the potential to save lives has been installed at The Old Flour Mill in Queen Street, Emsworth.
This valuable life-saving piece of equipment is now in place and available for use by the whole community thanks to a grant from The Friends of Emsworth Community Health (FECH), support from Andrew Baker, the owner of The Old Flour Mill and contributions from businesses located there.
“To increase someone’s chances of survival a defibrillator needs to be found as quickly as possible. By working together we are really pleased that we have been able to add another defibrillator to protect the people of Emsworth and all the businesses at The Old Flour Mill” said the project’s coordinator Sarah Lafosse, Operations Director for MindWorks Marketing, located at The Old Flour Mill.
Photo: The Friends of Emsworth Community Health (FECH), Emsworth Surgery’s Patient Participation Group and businesses at The Old Flour Mill celebrate the launch of Emsworth’s latest defibrillator located at The Old Flour Mill, Queen Street.