Early CPR and defibrillation gives patients in a cardiac arrest the best possible chance, which is why it’s so important that community access defibrillators are available in as many places as possible.
In the event of a cardiac arrest, dial 999 as soon as possible and the emergency medical dispatcher will give you all the instructions you need. They’ll let you know if there is a defibrillator nearby and how to access it.
Suggest a community location
We're investing £30,000 to buy more defibrillators across Lancashire and we want you to suggest where they should be located.
The location must be within our Lancashire County Council area (not Blackburn with Darwen or Blackpool) and the sites will ultimately be decided on merit by us, along with the North West Ambulance Service and BBC Radio Lancashire.
To suggest a location for a defibrillator, email email@example.com and let us know why your community needs one. Make sure you give us your suggestion by 31 May 2018 as we plan to start installing the new defibrillators throughout the summer. Together we can save lives across Lancashire.