Market Lavington parish heart machines bid
6:00pm Friday 23rd May 2014 in News
Market Lavington Parish Council is fundraising to enable life-saving defibrillators to be installed in the village.
The parish council would like to raise money for at least two machines, which will cost a minimum of £2,700.
So far, more than £500 has been raised by Steve Wragg, the landlord of the Green Dragon pub in the village.
The parish council’s decision comes after Lavington School bought a defibrillator.
It is located on an external wall of the school so that it is available for the wider community to use.
Defibrillators are used on people whose heart has stopped beating.