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David Wilson Homes East Midlands installed defibrillators for public access at its developments at Roman’s Quarter in Bingham; Fernwood Village and Hunters Place in Fernwood; The Hawthorns in Sutton-in-Ashfield; Stonebridge FIelds in Market Warsop and The Skylarks in East Leak.





A homebuilder’s business has installed defibrillators across its communities in Nottinghamshire.

The defibrillators are placed outside the David Wilson Homes East Midlands marketing suites available to the public in case of emergency.

The developments with the new defibrillators are Roman’s Quarter in Bingham; Fernwood Village and Hunters Place in Fernwood; The Hawthorns in Sutton-in-Ashfield; Stonebridge FIelds in Market Warsop and The Skylarks in East Leak.

David Wilson Homes has installed defibrillators at all of its sites. Pictured with one of the defibrillators at The Hawthorns site in Mansfield is Sales Assistant Ricky Collingham.
David Wilson Homes has installed defibrillators at all of its sites. Pictured with one of the defibrillators at The Hawthorns site in Mansfield is Sales Assistant Ricky Collingham.

John Reddington, managing director at David Wilson Homes East Midlands, said: “Defibrillators are such important assets for local communities, and we’re pleased to contribute to Nottinghamshire’s access to life-saving equipment.

“In crucial minutes during a cardiac arrest, it’s vital that a defibrillator can be accessed quickly, and we are delighted to have installed the equipment across our sites in the county to ensure that it’s ready for use, if needed.”

With over 30,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests every year in the UK, defibrillators are vital in preventing fatalities.

The Circuit, a national defibrillator network, was established as registered defibrillators are essential when treating a cardiac arrest, especially for first aiders and paramedics.

Community Public Access Defibrillators save lives and, in the event of an emergency, anyone coming to the aid of someone in cardiac arrest is advised to call the emergency services who can provide the code to access a defibrillator.

The responder is then able to advise on the steps to take until an ambulance arrives.



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