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Life-saving defibrillator in Lutton




Celebrating the installation of the new defibrillator are Amy Baker, Gareth Woodhouse of Woodhouse Electrical, Ian Field of Gedney Wind Farm Cluster Fund, Nicola Stephenson, Donna Shepperson and pupils Harvey, Isabelle, Evie-Louise, and Finn. (SG180517-7)
Celebrating the installation of the new defibrillator are Amy Baker, Gareth Woodhouse of Woodhouse Electrical, Ian Field of Gedney Wind Farm Cluster Fund, Nicola Stephenson, Donna Shepperson and pupils Harvey, Isabelle, Evie-Louise, and Finn. (SG180517-7)

A £1,700 life-saving defibrillator has been installed at Lutton St Nicholas Primary School for community use.

Organisers Fay Butler and Amy Baker are grateful to those who donated, including Gedney Wind Farm, the Jolly Crispin, the school and its friends , and to electrician Gareth Woodhouse for installing it.

Pictured are Amy Baker, Gareth Woodhouse, Ian Field of Gedney Wind Farm Cluster Fund, Nicola Stephenson, Donna Shepperson and pupils Harvey, Isabelle, Evie-Louise, and Finn. (SG180517-7)



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