Posted by: Alan Kearsley-Evans | January 27, 2012

Rhossili life saver

Anyone passing the Rhossili National Trust shop this week can’t have failed to notice a bright yellow box which has arrived by the front door!

 

The National Trust has donated a Defibrillator to the local community which will literally be a lifesaver should there be a medical emergency in the village or coast path.

Many of the Rhossili residents have already been trained in how to use the equipment thanks to a fantastic effort by Steve Campbell-Kelly to promote the training and many more are already signed up for the next training day.

 

 

Shop staff at the National Trust shop will also be trained, particularly as they are often the first point of contact if there is a medical emergency on the coast path.

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  1. And there was me thinking it was a condom machine!


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