Defibrillators are accessible 24/7 and situated outside these buildings:
Bramcote Leisure Centre
Defibrillator is stored inside. The leisure centre also has qualified first aiders.
The Co-operative Food Store
The West End Club (junction of Derby Road and Brookhill Street)
233-237 Derby Road
St Luke’s Church
You will need to dial 999 to access an operating code.
Update December 2019 from Stapleford Community Group:
A brand new Cabinet and Defibrillator have been installed by the Coop and the old one is to be given back to Stapleford Community Group following discussions between upper management of the Co-Op and Councillor Richard MacRae.
This means that we now have a spare set which we will decide what to do with.
If any local group or organisation is interested then please email us at email@example.com
Both Stapleford Councillors John McGrath and Richard MacRae have requested that Broxtowe Borough Council take a report to committee to discuss the Defibrillators, not just in Stapleford but all around Broxtowe Borough.
The report will cover the locations of all of the Defibrillators, if they are 24 hour access or only available when a building is in use, who is responsible for each Defibrillator and who is responsible for the upkeep and replacement of batteries and pads in each unit.
In the mean time we (Stapleford Community Group) have ordered replacement batteries and pads for two of the Defibrillators in Stapleford, one on Derby Road/Brookhill Street and one on Moorbridge Lane.
The Defibrillator which was planned to be installed at The Vista area of Stapleford is currently on hold until the report has been finalised. We would also like to confirm that this Defibrillator which was previously at The Magpie was removed once EMAS had unregistered it from the system.
There is also going to be a meeting in the beginning of January between EMAS and the two Councillors with others included to discuss this as well.