Lancashire Defibrillator Campaign was founded by Sue Murrin-Bailey after her time as Mayoress of West Lancashire. Having chosen the first Responders as one of her charities for the year, Sue became aware of how desperately important defibrillators are to our community and how few there actually are available for public use.
LDC is now staffed by a team of highly committed volunteers who work tirelessly for this cause.
Working with North West Ambulance Service, LDC provide solutions for local communities, businesses, sports clubs and schools in Lancashire to access high quality life-saving defibrillators and training at affordable prices.
Primarily originating in West Lancashire, LDC have raised monies for 21 defibrillators, the first eight of which are already in place in public access areas throughout the district. Click here to view the map of defribrillator locations.
Using the support from North West Ambulance Service and their mapping facilities, Lancashire Defibrillator Campaign is now working on the next 13 cPAD’s and their locations. By liasing with Parish Councils and the NWAS, Lancashire Defibrillator Campaign are able to identify the areas most in need. If you are interested in getting a defibrillator for your Parish/workplace etc please click here.
Lancashire Defibrillator Campaign offers free Heart Start sessions which covers the concept of CPR and the use of/awareness of a defibrillator.