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The parish has two defibrillators which were purchased mainly as a result of significant fundraising by members of the Village Hall Committee in 2019.

The Kingscote defibrillator is in the old telephone box at the village through road, junction with Windmill Lane.

The Bagpath defibrillator is situated between Rose Cottage and Stone Cottage (what3words location ///verve.merely.issuer.

The defibrillators are maintained by the parish council and regularly checked by councillors.

For self-training and awareness purposes, please familiarise yourself with the following user guides and short instruction video, all of which are for our specific defibrillators.

Click here for the training video (which follows a couple of adverts!)