Village’s bid for life-saving kit

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The Churchwarden at St 
Margaret’s Church in Langton is raising funds for a defibrillator for the community.

Paul Brewster told the News that the life-saving equipment itself, worth around £1,500, will be provided for free thanks to support from Andy Price and the emergency services - but a secure cabinet costing around £350 will be required 
to house it.

Mr Brewster has set up a fundraising page to help raise money towards this, and he will be writing to residents to ask for their support.

The JustGiving page can be found at

Donations can also be sent via email at

Alternatively, cash or cheque donations (payable to PCC Langton) can be sent to Mr Brewster at 7 Granary Way, Horncastle, Lincs, LN9 5SR.

Mr Brewster would also like to hear from anyone who has a suggestion as to where the defibrillator can be placed - easily accessible in times of need, but sufficiently secure to avoid it from being 
targeted by criminals.