Defibrillator fundraising for football pitches in Bracknell

Last week, a player within the Bracknell Sunday League collapsed on the field without a pulse. Fortunately, a defibrillator located within 300 yards was instrumental in helping to save his life alongside CPR administered by players from both teams.

This incident prompted reflection that many sporting facilities in Bracknell lack access to a defibrillator and are looking to fundraise for defibrillators across Bracknell.

The BID has funded 5 defibrillators across the BID area to help contribute towards making a huge impact on the well-being of the community.

Want to join the cause and make a difference? Click here to get involved in the fundraising initiative created by a player within the Bracknell Sunday League.

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