Life-saving equipment installed in Lancing

Emergency life-saving equipment has been installed at Lancing's Beach Green.

Thursday, 5th April 2018, 2:09 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 1:40 am
Mick Hansford (director district enforcement), Cllr Geoff Patmore, Steve Rogers (parking attendant district enforcement), Brenda Ward (kiosk owner) and Cllr Gloria Eveleigh

The offer to install a defibrillator came from District Enforcement Ltd, a contractor of Lancing Parish Council, which oversees the management of the pay and display car parks at Beach Green and Widewater.

Councillor Gloria Eveleigh, chairman at Lancing Parish Council, said: “We are very grateful to District Enforcement for supplying such an important emergency lifesaving facility and that it will be available at this location 24 hours a day should it be required.”

The defibrillator has been installed at the kiosk.

Another defibrillator will also be installed at Widewater car park by the company.