Beragh Red Knights and Breacach Handball have launched their Defibrillator Awareness Campaign to highlight the Clubs drive to raise local awareness, and provide the local community with defibrillator and first aid training in the event of an emergency.

The club will host defibrillator and CPR training for club coaches and for members of the local community in early September, providing an opportunity to see the defibrillator in an emergency situation. The club have also donated a defibrillator to Beragh Credit Union and we hope to have this in place in the next week.
We are also aiming to have a local First Responders committee in place in September with the first volunteer responders having completed their certified course with the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.
A second course will be held in late September with opportunities for those interested in completing the First Responder training and being available to volunteer some time for the local community.

Anyone interested please contact Healthy Clubs Officer, Patsy Farley on 07879416946 or email patrick.farley676@btinternet.com

As you can see, the location of the defibrillator is located at the main entrance of the pavilion.
Pictured is Club Chairman, Seamus Boyle and our Healthy Clubs Officer, Patsy Farley.