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  • New Defibrillator in Queensbury

    A new public access defibrillator has been installed in Queensbury.

    Queensbury Celtic Junior Football Club have partnered up with the Rotary Club of West Bradford and Lloyds Bank to fund the defibrillator.

    It is installed on the side of the training hall, facing the playing fields at Queensbury Celtic Football Club at the top of Pit Lane in Queensbury (BD13 3ST).

    Sue Parnaby, Welfare Officer at the football club said, “The defibrillator was purchased through Yorkshire Ambulance Service. Anyone in the locality can access and use it: all they have to do is call 999 and the emergency service will provide details of the location, an access code and full instructions. No training is necessary. ‘

    “We are a very popular junior football club. With players, coaches, parents, grandparents and other supporters we have hundreds of people, of all ages, on site at the football club every week. Hopefully we will never have to use the defibrillator. But if we need to use it, it could be a lifesaver, literally!”

    Richard Greenwood, President of the Rotary Club of Bradford West said: “We are really happy to have helped the football club purchase the public access defibrillator. Its wonderful to see a local sport club supporting and serving their community. Rotary is all about giving something back to local communities so we are delighted to be able to invest in this life-saving resource for the people of Queensbury”

    The Rotary Club of Bradford West is running a programme to help people learn basic lifesaving CPR.

    For further information contact: robin.naylor@qcfc.co.uk or call 07786 702808

    Caption for photo:

    Richard Greenwood, President of the Rotary Club of Bradford West presents the new defibrillator to Sue Parnaby, Welfare Officer for Queensbury Celtic FC

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