Pointing the way to life saving equipment in the ‘Have A Heart’ campaign in March
- Credit: Archant
A set of signs are pointing the way to life saving equipment around March thanks to a local company.
The signs have been produced and put up by Adam Triggs at 3B Design and direct people to defibrillator equipment installed as part of the Have A Heart campaign at:
• The Oliver Cromwell
• Town Hall
• One Stop shop in Maple Grove
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March mayor, Councillor Rob Skoulding, set up the campaign to provide as many life-saving defibrillators as possible for March.
Already six are in place but he hopes to have nine by the end of 2015.
Cllr Skoulding said: “In total there are 20 signs to show people where to go to find for their nearest pice of life saving equipment.
“I would like to thank 3B for their help and time with this signage. I’m now waiting to hear from Fenland District Council to hear if we can install a defibrillator near the public toilets to cover shoppers in Broad Street and fishermen on the riverbank.”