First life-saving kit for Whitehouse

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve installed the first life-saving equipment in Whitehouse. This equipment could make the difference in an emergency, and we’re proud to have partnered with Whitehouse Primary School, Councillor Joe Hearnshaw, and TS Electrical to bring this equipment to the community of Whitehouse.

Pictured, L-R:

  • Lesley Sung, Clerk of Whitehouse Community Council
  • Varma Kanumuri, Councillor for Whitehouse Community Council
  • Eileen Card, Councillor & Chair of Whitehouse Community Council
  • Linda Kelly, Head Teacher of Whitehouse Primary School
  • With 2 pupils from Whitehouse Primary School


Where is it?

It’s at the front entrance of Whitehouse Primary School. It’s accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


How do I access it?

You must dial 999 and request an ambulance. The operator will provide you with the access code for the cabinet, as well as sending an emergency ambulance.


What’s in the kit?

There’s an Automated External Defibrillator, and a Bleed Control Kit.


Who has provided this?