Andrew Hough, secretary of the Buckinghamshire Masonic Centenary Foundation, is pictured here with the new public access defibrillator which has been installed in Buckingham.
The BMCF donated the £1,800 cost of the unit which is located at the bottom of Tingewick Road at its junction with Westfields in Buckingham and will serve the local community as well as a growing number of local businesses.
The money for this project came from the voluntary BMCF donation of £3 per member which is levied once a year in addition to the lodge subscription. The committee meet several times a year to review applications for worthwhile causes in Buckinghamshire.
Geoff Shaw, who runs the Buckingham AED Project commented” The unit you so kindly sponsored is now up and running, live and registered with the Ambulance Service”
For the cartographers out there, the AED is located here
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