wednesday 27th october 2021

We donate life saving defibrillator to local Scouts Group

Our Midlands team has donated a public access defibrillator (PAD) to the 1st Harbury Scouts Group.

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Working with BHF

As part of a joint initiative with the British Heart Foundation (BHF), we are donating potentially life-saving PADs to communities around the UK to help people who suffer from an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.

All Taylor Wimpey developments in the UK have a PAD on site and, now that work has been completed at its Meadowsweet Farm development, the Scouts group is the latest to be gifted this potentially life-saving equipment. 

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Paul Quinney, Group Scout Leader of 1st Harbury Scouts, said: “I’d like to thank Taylor Wimpey for this generous donation of life-saving equipment which will be accessible to the whole community in case of emergency situations. The first minutes are vital in these cases and by having this important piece of equipment, we can keep everyone safe. It has been installed in the Scout hut at the rear of Wight School.”