January has begun on a high note as Simon spearheads the installation of two life-saving defibrillators in the first week of the new year.
The Lazy Dog Pub in Bishopston: Our 31st Installation
A heartfelt thank you to The Lazy Dog Pub in Bishopston for their incredible collaboration and commitment in accommodating our 31st defibrillator.
The success of this installation wouldn't have been possible without the generous support of Conrad Energy. Their contribution, marked by the donation of a defibrillator, followed a highly successful CPR and Defib Training session led by Simon. Defibs4Bristol's general fund also played a crucial role in contributing to the cabinet.
Horfield United Reformed Church: Our 6th Assisted Installation
Defibs4Bristol celebrates its 6th assisted installation at Horfield United Reformed Church.
The church took the initiative to fund a defibrillator, which arrived during the challenging times of COVID. To overcome the installation hurdles, the church sought assistance for new pads, a bulkhead light, and the arrangement of an electrician.
This collaborative effort between the church and Defibs4Bristol showcases a shared commitment to community well-being. Congratulations to Horfield United Reformed Church for taking significant strides in ensuring the safety of their community members.
As we reflect on these two installations, Defibs4Bristol remains dedicated to its mission of creating a network of defibrillators across Bristol. The collective efforts of local businesses, organisations, and individuals, as seen in these recent installations, underscore the power of community-driven initiatives in making Bristol a safer place.
We extend our gratitude to The Lazy Dog Pub, Conrad Energy, and Horfield United Reformed Church for their invaluable contributions. Here's to a safer and healthier community in 2024 and beyond!