Boothstown school given life-saving equipment

Head teacher Anne Farrell and pupils Kade Robinson, Aerin McAndrew, Isaac Jones and Kyra Hough with the defibrillator

Head teacher Anne Farrell and pupils Kade Robinson, Aerin McAndrew, Isaac Jones and Kyra Hough with the defibrillator

First published in North West

A SCHOOL has received a potentially life-saving piece of equipment.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Boothstown has received a defibrillator thanks to money raised by the Friends of Holy Family group and funding secured from the Brighter Borough fund via Clr Brendan Bowen.

Head teacher Anne Farrell said: “We are extremely pleased to have a defibrillator in school and trained staff, it could save lives.”

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