Defibrillator

Anne Thomson and Joanne Beaver rounded up the funds and set in train the obtaining and organisation of the Defibrillator for the village. It is housed in the old telephone box purchased by our perspicacious Parish Council. If you place a 999 call for medical help, and if you need the defibrillator the operator will give you the code to unlock the equipment. Little if any training is required to use it. The equipment speaks to the person using it and instructs on the various actions to be taken.

All in all, if you must have a heart attack Wing is a good place to have one.

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