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Glen Afton Football Club receives community defibrillator

Glen Afton Football Club recently received life-saving equipment donated by Shuttle Buses.

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Muirkirk Football Club receives community defibrillator

Muirkirk Football Club recently received life-saving equipment donated by Tivoli.

Gatehead community hub defib handover from MJD scaffolding.

Gatehead Community Centre receive community defibrillator

Gatehead Community Centre recently received life-saving equipment donated by MJD & Sons.

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Suicide First Aiders share their experiences

As part of East Ayrshire Council’s ‘Here to Listen’ suicide prevention strategy, forty of its volunteer Suicide First Aiders attended a support group meeting recently to share their experiences of helping to provide suicide interventions to 132 people, and to find out about new suicide prevention and wellbeing resources.

Annanhill Golf Club

Annanhill Golf Club and North West Bowling Club receive community defibrillators

Annanhill Golf Club and North West Bowling Club recently received life-saving equipment donated by Prism Medical.

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Greenhead Playing Field receives community defibrillator

Greenhead Playing Field, New Cumnock recently received life-saving equipment donated by Confida FM.

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Ochiltree Bowling Club receives community defibrillator

Ochiltree Bowling Club recently received life-saving equipment donated by B & G Contracts and Bowman Garden Machinery.

Bonnyton Thistle FC receives defibrillator equipment

Three more defibrillators delivered to local communities

The ground-breaking, life-saving partnership initiative launched by East Ayrshire Council is continuing to bear fruit as three more local community groups received defibrillator equipment donated by local contractors.

Auchinleck Talbot FC receive defibrillator

Auchinleck Talbot FC receives first community defibrillators

Earlier this year, East Ayrshire Council launched a life-saving initiative bringing together contractors and communities to provide defibrillators for community use and the roll-out of equipment has commenced, with the first of seven such partnerships being announced.

Community defibrillator box attached to wall and railings in Stewarton

Support for Council community defibrillator appeal

East Ayrshire Council has launched a lifesaving initiative bringing together contractors and communities to provide defibrillators for community use and help save lives.

Scotland's first outdoor water safety training at Loch Doon with Cllrs Drew Filson and Elaine Stewart, young people from Doon Academy, Head Teacher Kenneth Reilly and partners including Scottish Fire and Rescue, Scottish Ambulance and HMS Coastguard

Loch Doon hosts Scotland's first outdoor water safety awareness training

Young people from Doon Academy have taken part in Scotland’s first outdoor water safety awareness course at Loch Doon in East Ayrshire.