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BREAKSPEARE RECEIVES HEART-WARMING DONATION local school has received a life saving


donation after becoming the latest facility to


receive a heart defibrillator. Breakspeare School, Gallows Hill Lane,


received the donation from Barrie and Brenda Irons, who lost their son to Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome 31 years ago when he was just 13. The equipment was bought with money raised


by five friends, which included David Wright and Mark Peddle, who My Abbots News reported on back in April after they took part in the Paris Marathon. The donation came just days after a teacher at


Francis Combe Academy, Horseshoe Lane, was taken to hospital after he suffered a heart attack Staff were able to use a defibrillator donated to


the school to start teacher Anthony Taylor‟s heart again, who has now recovered and is looking forward to going back to work. Head of Breakspeare School Jill Williams told


My Local News that the donation was “very welcome” and said it could also be used as a community resource.


Breakspeare School in Gallows Hill Lane received a heart defibrillator last month.


She said: “It is a very impressive piece of


equipment and due to the number of community events we have after school hours, could be life saving for a number of people. “This is something that we are very pleased to


have in the school, but I hope it is something I never have to use.” The school has been supporting the charity


SADS UK by holding a fundraiser recently that raised £600. For more information about the charity visit www.sadsuk.org.


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