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Defibrillator Access

On Behalf of the Parish Council Colin Hall has asked for the following message to be posted as information:

Following the PC meeting last night it was agreed that the access code to the defibrillator cabinet be made available to residents if they feel that it would be beneficial.

To ensure that security of the equipment is not compromised it was thought prudent not to openly publish the code number but to ask residents to contact Colin Hall who will be happy to provide that information.

Of course when ringing the emergency services that number is immediately given but after the First Responder presentation several residents indicated that having that code to hand would useful.

Thanks

Colin Hall
Tel: 015242 71865
Email: sellethall@hotmail.com 

Church Street

LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
(CHURCH STREET, WHITTINGTON)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC) ORDER 2019

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lancashire County Council have made an Order under Section 14(1) (a) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, the effect of which will be to temporarily prohibit traffic on the roads set out in this notice.

1. No person shall cause any motor vehicle or cycle to proceed over that length of Church Street, Whittington from its junction with Robraine to its junction with Hosticle Lane.

2. The prohibition will be operative daily between 0800 hours and 1600 hours from Friday 1st February 2019 until Monday 4th February 2019 or until completion of the works within this period.

3. An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via:- Hutton Roof Road – Biggins Lane – into Cumbria – B6254 Robraine – B6254 Church Street to Robraine.

The temporary prohibition is necessary to allow carriageway resurfacing works to be carried out.

Michael White,
Network Regulation Manager
Lancashire Highway Services

Village Defibrillator

Yesterday evenings defibrillator training event was a great success and extremely well attended, 35 people came!

It took the form of a workshop and involved all those present

First responders for area explained various techniques associated with the Defibrilator and its use.

Residents were able to question and be assured of the efficacy of the device.

Access to the equipment fully explained and any fears about using it allayed

David Reed, First Responder Coordinator for Whittington area, gave a Humorous presentation. (As he did at a Parish Council Meeting last year, which assisted the PC in coming to the decision to acquire the device).

There are vacancies for First Responders in our area. Anyone interested to get in touch with me

Very best regards

Colin Hall
Chairman Whittington Parish Council

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