Langford defibrillator could save lives

The new Langford defibrillator on the High Street
The new Langford defibrillator on the High Street

A new defibrillator which has the potential to save lives has been installed at the Post Office on the High Street in Langford.

There will be training for Langford residents to learn how to use the equipment on Saturday, September 5 from 10am at the Methodist Church.

Parish Council leader, Gill Clarke, said: “It is great that we have the defibrillator in the village as it really could help in an emergency situation. I would urge everyone to come to the training to learn how to use the equipment. It won’t take long!”

Central Beds Council have made the defibrillators available to toens and parishes although they have to contribute some money towards the equipment.