AED’s for Alfreton – James Engineering

AED’s for Alfreton – James Engineering

James Engineering are working alongside AEDdonate to have 2 defibrillators installed in their community.

“A team of 11 employees (incl. 2 support staff) from James Engineering, will cycle 140 miles from Whitehaven to Tynemouth over a 3 day period (1st, 2nd & 3rd October 2021) to raises funds for this fantastic cause”

The two defibrillations will be installed locally to their premises in Alfreton Derbyshire (1st on their Industrial Estate, 2nd at Alfreton Train Station).

30,000 people die each year from out of hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), 620 of these are people under the age of 35 and 270 of these deaths happen to children within schools. If defibrillation takes place within the first three minutes of a SCA, the patient’s chances of survival increase by upwards of 80%.

Having the defibrillator installed means that it can be deployed by the local ambulance trust in a bid to give the patient the all-important shock to the heart prior to the ambulance arrival. The defibrillator is by no means a replacement to the ambulance service, it just allows patient treatment to commence immediately.

If you can help by donating, supporting with a fundraising event, or talking on a virtual sponsored challenge then please contact us and we can inform her that you would like to help or indeed make direct contact.

If you are interested in becoming a Community Champion yourself or are aware of any places which may benefit from having public access to a defibrillator then please contact us on 01785 472224 or email us on We will help you manage the campaign from start to finish, providing fundraising materials, a page just like this one and in some cases funding* helping you to help your community on its way to becoming heart safe.

*funding is dependent on your location as to what we have available from our funding partners. Funding changes on a daily basis to call us to find out more.

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Cory Brough

£40.00 19th November 2021

Hibbert the Derbyshire Ram , thank you

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Cory Brough

£20.00 19th November 2021

Chris Webster , thank you

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Brough Cory

£240.00 23rd October 2021

Monies collected by Dave Bacon , massive thanks pal

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Victoria Caddick

£65.00 21st October 2021

From Victoria, Molly, Sal and Pat

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Derek Goodall

£20.00 18th October 2021

A very worthwhile cause

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Steve McConnell

£50.00 15th October 2021

Outstanding effort from all involved.

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Lisa Harriman

£25.00 13th October 2021

Paid in on behalf of Mark Riley

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Cory Brough

£205.00 7th October 2021

Collected by Lisa H & Chris j from various sources

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Vivien Hambleton

£51.80 4th October 2021

Brilliant effort that may some day save a life!

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Carol Phillips

£20.00 4th October 2021

Well done everyone brilliant achievement x

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John Youngs

£10.00 3rd October 2021

Well done

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Zoe Gallagher

£50.00 2nd October 2021

Well Done Team James Engineering. Keep going -Malc and Zoe

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Phillip Duckett

£5.00 1st October 2021

Good luck.

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Paul Roberts

£26.06 1st October 2021

Good luck everyone from Mole & Michelle

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Nina Rawson

£20.00 29th September 2021

Good luck everyone!! 💗

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Milly Bacon

£5.00 28th September 2021

Good luck 🚴‍♂️Xx


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