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The Stephen Carey Fund which is likely to see the number of Public Access Defibrillators they have unveiled double by the end of the year.
The Stephen Carey Fund which is likely to see the number of Public Access Defibrillators they have unveiled double by the end of the year.

The first few dates in a frantic flurry of installation events have been announced by The Stephen Carey Fund, which is likely to see the number of public-access defibrillators they have unveiled double by the end of the year.

First in line is to be positioned on the Jubilee Hall in Rothbury and was co-funded by Rothbury WI following the highly successful Vintage Rothbury event.

A community training session is to be held in the hall this evening, starting at 7.30pm prompt.

This is the first in a series of training dates that will mark the various installations throughout the Coquet Valley and the Fund is looking forward to seeing all those who supported the summer event so well in attendance.

The second community training session, which takes place at Alnmouth Ex Servicemen’s Club next Wednesday, sees the unveiling of the second defibrillator in the area with the latest to be positioned at Alnmouth Golf Club.

The session starts at 7.30pm and while anyone is welcome to attend, specifically those living within the Alnmouth, Lesbury and Hipsburn areas are encouraged to attend.

Visit the website – www.thestephencareyfund.co.uk