Blackshaw Primary School gets defibrillator

Sienna Cubbins and the defibrillator, with from left, Jenson Carr, aged six, Aston Carr, aged 10, and Jay Cubbins, aged seven. Back from left are Jess Carr, Alison Baron, Jane Kay, headteacher, Michelle Walton, TASMA and Tracey Wilkinson

Sienna Cubbins and the defibrillator, with from left, Jenson Carr, aged six, Aston Carr, aged 10, and Jay Cubbins, aged seven. Back from left are Jess Carr, Alison Baron, Jane Kay, headteacher, Michelle Walton, TASMA and Tracey Wilkinson

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YOUNGSTERS and teachers at Blackshaw Primary School now have access to life-saving equipment.

The Bolton ICD Support Group provided the Breightmet school with a defibrillator thanks to the funds raised by head teacher Jane Kay and Jess Carr who abseiled down the Trafford Centre in Manchester.

It was the 21st defibrillator donated by Bolton ICD Support Group.

Sienna Cubbins, aged five, is pictured holding the defibrillator, with from left, Jenson Carr, aged six, Aston Carr, aged 10, and Jay Cubbins, aged seven.

Back from left are Jess Carr, Alison Baron, Jane Kay, headteacher, Michelle Walton, TASMA and Tracey Wilkinson of Bolton ICD Support Group.

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1:22pm Thu 3 Jul 14

Zobot23 says...

Alison Baron is actually the headteacher.
Alison Baron is actually the headteacher. Zobot23
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