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Lifesaver for Langlee

Another AED (automated external defibrillator) unit has been handed over to a Borders  community group by the Scottish HART.
It came just a week after similar life-saving equipment was presented to Selkirk Ladies hockey team at Philiphaugh by the charity.
In the latest handover, Wilma Gunn, pictured left, of Scottish HART, was in Galashiels to present an AED unit to Langlee Community Centre chair Dot Ramage, right.

Another AED (automated external defibrillator) unit has been handed over to a Borders community group by the Scottish HART. It came just a week after similar life-saving equipment was presented to Selkirk Ladies hockey team at Philiphaugh by the charity. In the latest handover, Wilma Gunn, pictured left, of Scottish HART, was in Galashiels to present an AED unit to Langlee Community Centre chair Dot Ramage, right.

Another AED (automated external defibrillator) unit has been handed over to a Borders community group by the Scottish HART.

It came just a week after similar life-saving equipment was presented to Selkirk Ladies’ hockey team at Philiphaugh by the charity.

In the latest handover, Wilma Gunn, pictured left, of Scottish HART, was in Galashiels to present an AED unit to Langlee Community Centre chair Dot Ramage, right.

Several groups meet regularly for learning and leisure activities at the centre and would be encouraged to provide volunteers for training on the unit so that whatever group was in the premises at any given time, someone would be available to help anyone who had suffered cardiac arrest.

After the presentation, there was supper and musical entertainment which involved members of organisations which use the centre.

 

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