First Responders

Donation towards a defibrillator for Sutton Bonington First Responders Group


South Notts Community First Responders Group cover from the M1 J24 , Clifton, Soar Valley and encompassing all the villages in between.

The Club is proud to be able to help this worthwhile organisation and made a donation towards the Sutton Bonington team for a new difibulator  for use on emergency calls from the East Midlands Ambulance Service.

The first responders are an independent charirty run by volunteers and supported by donations, Sheme coordinator Graham Whitehead thanked the club for their ongoing support.

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