Molescroft Pavilion Gets Much Needed Life-Saving Facility

Molescroft Pavilion Gets Much Needed Life-Saving Facility
Molescroft Pavilion Gets Much Needed Life-Saving Facility

Life-saving equipment installed at Molescroft Pavilion has been welcomed by the Parish Council. They say they are very grateful a defibrillator has been installed on the site.

The equipment was made possible thanks to a number of bodies including regional contractors Esh Civils.

Vice-chair of Molescroft Parish Council says they are indebted to those who have made it possible.

He said;

“We are greatly indebted to Esh Construction and YORhub for their generosity in providing this much-needed facility.”

“The Parish Council is a provider of many sporting and social activities for all age groups throughout the year. This is a tremendous addition to the facilities for the local area. It is accessible to all those participating in an activity at the site and also residents.” 

“While a number of people have already had training in its use, we certainly hope we are not called upon to use it too often. Our thanks also go to the local Ambulance Service who organised the necessary training.”

Ross Markwell, Development Director for Esh Construction’s civil engineering division, Esh Civils, said;

“As a regional contractor, we strive to deliver economic and social benefit for our local communities.”

“Esh Construction is proud to support the CADEY campaign through our commitment to YOR4Good and provide this vital facility for the community.”

“With the support from Humber Aid’s match funding, together we have committed to funding a further three defibrillators.”

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expressed his gratitude at Esh Civils support in getting the life-saving equipment installed. While he also thanked them for backing his CADEY Campaign.

Explaining why having a defibrillator is important he said;

“The shocking fact is that most people die who are taken to hospital following a sudden cardiac arrest. The reason for this is that defibrillation wasn’t started soon enough. A patient’s chance of survival drops by 10% for every minute that defibrillation is delayed.”

“It’s good news that anyone suffering a sudden cardiac arrest in the Molescroft area will now have the use of a defibrillator within minutes.”

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