NCI GREAT ORME LEADS APPEAL FOR A DEFIBRILLATOR AT LLANDUDNO

5th May 2021. The volunteers at NCI Great Orme, are leading an appeal for the purchase and deployment of a AED (Defibrillator) at West Shore, Llandudno,

Station Manager John Humberstone said “Our appeal for the purchase and installation of the Defibrillator at West Shore was increased today when we received a cheque for £250 from the Llandudno Branch of the Lions Club. This means that we have raised £720 so far against our target of £1450.” John added “ If you can help you will find our Just giving page on on the NCI Great Orme website and Facebook pages.

 The photograph shows a socially distanced cheque presentation with the Chairman of the Lions Club of Llandudno presenting NCI Great Orme Station Manager John Humberstone with a cheque for £250 towards the appeal to purchase a public access AED at West Shore, Llandudno.

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