Cody’s Defibrillator Campaign donated to Middleton Primary School on Friday to help themselves and the community.
The sight of Christian Eriksen collapsing during the European football tournament brought home to many the fact that anyone can suffer a cardiac arrest. A cardiac arrest means that your heart has stopped beating. It has stopped pumping blood around your body and delivering oxygen to your muscles and your
New defibrillators have been installed at a number of public venues across Hunslet and Beeston Hill – with more to follow. As Councillors, Cllr Nash, Cllr Iqbal and I funded these with the hope they would never be needed. However, on a recent visit to The Hunslet Club, one of
Anyone in Middleton and Belle Isle who is unfortunate enough to suffer a heart attack now has a better chance of survival after three Community Public Access Defibrillators have been installed in locations across the local area. Councillor Judith Blake who represents the area and is also Leader of Leeds
Cross Flatts Park is now home to an automated external defibrillator (AED) that is accessible to all after local Councillors funded an external cabinet to house it. For just over three years the AED, bought by the Cross Flatts parkrun, has lived inside the kitchen at the Watsonian Pavilion in
Barry & Jill Wilkinson from the Daniel Wilkinson Foundation, together with Dan’s best friend Scott Lewis, visited Beeston Juniors FC at their Cardinal Square base on Saturday (18 May 2019) to hand over a defibrillator. Having a defibrillator on hand at the club could potentially save someone’s life. Every week
On Saturday 24 September Arthur Wood, 67, an experienced runner and member of Pudsey Pacers running club, had a cardiac arrest and collapsed whilst taking part in the Bramley parkrun. Fortunately Bramley parkrun had just obtained a defibrillator which was used by a fellow runner to help resuscitate him. Following
Just before Christmas I was at a scene of a car, motor bike accident. Minutes after it happened. Not far from where I live. Although I was trained as a First Aider, it was many years ago. Some things never leave you. Even CPR I would still be able