Multiple lives will now be saved with help from One Stop Community Grants!

Recently members of our team met with Toyah Glennon One Stop Community & Partnership Advisor and Kerie Jay Manager One Stop Hednesford as well as Councillors and Managers from various business and One Stop stores to official handover five new community AED’s.

These five new sites have been provided with an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) and a lockable cabinet to keep them safe, these were provided by ourselves with funding from the One Stop community grant fund.

These devices will help save lives for years to come and being spread out across the local community will make sure they are readily available for more people.

Alongside Linda and Gareth from our team we were joined by Toyah Glennon who is the One Stop Community & Partnership Advisor, Kerie Jay Manager of One Stop Sharon Way, Hednesford, Councillor Philippa Hayden, Shane Bennett Licensee of the White Lion Public House, Store managers from One Stop Longford Road and One Stop Chase Town and Councillor Lisa Wilson.

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