Posts tagged ‘Wickham Market’
The East of England Co-operative Society is funding a project to provide 24 hour access to a defibrillator in 100 rural or harder to reach communities across Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex. It is estimated that someone has a heart attack every two minutes in the UK.
A third of those who suffer a fatal heart attack die before they can be taken to hospital. This makes it crucial that those in harder to reach or rural communities have 24 hour access to the equipment. And also understand why ‘every minute counts’ – the significance of the vital first few minutes following a heart attack to provide the best chance of survival.
The Society is providing 100 potentially life-saving pieces of equipment We want to help save lives by educating people about why ‘every minute counts’ The Society operates at the heart of the rural and harder to reach locations it is supporting through this campaign.
To keep up to date on the latest news: Visit the website www.eastofengland.coop/everyminutecounts
Look out for the hash tag #Every Minute Counts on Twitter or follow the Society on Facebook
Starting at Aldeburgh, the sun trying to burn through the clouds, followed by a HUGE down pour of rain, only then for the sun to open up the blue skies in time as the relay torch arrived in Aldeburgh, we then followed throughout the day finishing at Felixstowe.
Recommencing early this morning in Ipswich only, more to follow soon…
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January passes by, one month gone, onwards into February…TIME !
Nick Owen is in his final year of BTEC Music Technology, looking to start a Degree in Music Production later this year.
Composed and produced by Nick, the ambient music track is called, Last Breaths used in this time lapse, “Sunset over looking Wickham Market in Suffolk”.
More about Nick can be found at www.youtube.com/user/DeathFish123