Cider-maker buys defibrillator for village use

PUBLISHED: 19:00 15 June 2011

Thatchers Cider's new defibrillator with (left to right) Sue Lynch of Thatchers Cider, chairman of Winscombe and Sandford Parish Council Archie Forbes, resident Margaret Stokes, Martin Thatcher and Pam Harris of St John Ambulance

Thatchers Cider's new defibrillator with (left to right) Sue Lynch of Thatchers Cider, chairman of Winscombe and Sandford Parish Council Archie Forbes, resident Margaret Stokes, Martin Thatcher and Pam Harris of St John Ambulance

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THATCHERS Cider in Sandford has unveiled a new defibrillator which will be available for use by staff and villagers.

The device has been installed on a wall at the front of the company’s Myrtle Farm office, and is free to use.

More than 20 people attended a training session on how to use the machine that was held by St John Ambulance on June 8.


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