Joint community effort results in three defibrillators for Crockham Hill

By Kevin Black in Community News

The Crockham Hill community has worked together to provide three defibrillators around the village

The Crockham Hill Women’s Institute launched a fund raising initiative to provide defibrillators in the village . A working party, led by June Davies president of the WI, was formed with local residents Susan Cash, Michael and Olga Court, Anna Goldstein, Alan and Liz Jowett and Anthony and Kate Rogers, who raised over £3,000 from villagers and other well-wishers. Crockham Hill War Memorial Playing Field Trust contributed £550 and Westerham Town Council £800.

Westerham Town Council organised the purchase and installation of the three defibrillators and cabinets outside Crockham Hill Village Hall, Crockham Hill Sports Pavilion and purchased the redundant telephone box in the village from British Telecom to house the third.

Photos show June Davies, President of the Crockham Hill WI with Alan Wesley, Chairman of Westerham Town Council, and members of the working party.

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