Over 20 local residents attended the basic life saving and defibrillator training at Clyro Village Hall yesterday organised by Clyro Community Council & delivered by Simon from the specialised training charity Cariad.
During the training attendees learnt how to act in the event of encountering a patient suffering from cardiac arrest and how to access and use the automatic defibrillator that is located on the wall of the village hall. Vital actions that when performed promptly after an attack occurs really can save lives.
Many thanks to all who attended and to our trainer Simon for a most informative as well as memorable presentation.
For those who weren’t able to attend and as a refresher for those who did here is a link to a video of how the defibrillator works.
Please note to access the defibrillator on the wall of the village hall:
Grasp the cover either side and pull firmly towards you and fold down. An alarm will sound and if required (this can be silenced by pressing 2222 followed by the tick ✔️ button on the keypad but it will stop itself after a period of time.)
If you hear the alarm sounding – please be aware that a there may be a situation nearby that requires your assistance (or it maybe someone has tampered with the equipment!)
Other nearby Defibrillators can be found at:
Roast Ox Inn Painscastle LD2 3JL Eastern Wall (Rhosgoch end of village) of the Roast Ox Inn in the Centre of the Village of Painscastle.
Rhosgoch Golf Club Rhosgoch LD2 3JY Location/Spot: Exact location of AED in between the two porches to the front of the golf club.
Broad Street, Hay On Wye Broad Street Hay on Wye HR3 5BU Location/Spot: Outside public toilets.
Join Clyro Community Council – Can you spare one evening a month to help our community? if you are over 18 and live in Clyro Parish we would love to hear from you as there’s a vacancy on the council – if you would like to apply or for more details please email our clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Dial 111 From 3rd October NHS Direct Wales and Shropdoc GP out of hours services will share this easy to remember number… 111 It’s free and will help you find the right advice, support and treatment.
New Photos of Clyro – If you are interested in how Clyro looked years ago or want to appreciate how it looks today check out new additions to the historic and current gallery on the CCC website-Many thanks to those who have contributed so far.
Anyone who has any interesting photos of our parish and would like to share them please message us and we will arrange to add them to the web site