Rhodar donates life-saving defibrillator system
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Rhodar has donated a defibrillator system, including a secure storage cabinet to the Dalrymple, Skeldon and Hollybush (DaSH) Project, to support East Ayrshire Council’s ‘Community Defibrillator Initiative’.
Rhodar’s Regional Director Tony Conway and Contracts Manager Lee Tuxford were delighted to attend the formal handover in Dalrymple yesterday, alongside East Ayrshire Council’s Elaine Stewart, Drew Filson, Neal Ingram and Keith Stewart, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service’s Neil Shearer, Landlady Elaine Kerr of the White Horse pub (who will site the defibrillator outside her premises) and Councillor Jennifer Hogg from the DaSH Project.
At the handover event, Tony commented: ‘We’re extremely happy to be continuing our support for the DaSH Project in providing this potentially life-saving equipment. This will be the first defibrillator in the Dalrymple area, providing a vital safeguard for those in the local community’.
(Pictured left to right: Elaine Stewart, Drew Filson, Jennifer Hogg, Neal Ingram, Neil Shearer, Elaine Kerr, Keith Stewart and Rhodar’s Tony Conway and Lee Tuxford)