Thu 12 Nov 2020 12:44

A huge thanks to Jay's AIM for donating a new defibrillator to the club. The device is located in the covered smoking area just outside the clubhouse and was installed by the Thursday Gang (pictured). Since the device was installed, we have working to raise funds to pay back Jay's AIM, with a recent club BBQ raising nearly £300.

Jay's Aim are an amazing charity by the family of Jay Osborne who tragically died from a cardiac arrest whilst exercising in 2017. Jay was aged just 28. The aim of the charity is to reduce the number of young people who die of sudden cardiac death in the South West of England.  We believe this objective can be met by our three aims:  Assess, Inform and Make a Difference. 

  • Assess: Provide information on how you can check if you or a loved one might be suffering from an undiagnosed heart condition.
  • Inform: Spread knowledge of cardiac conditions in the young.
  • Make a Difference: Provide emergency life-saving equipment and life-saving training.

Please watch the charity's video below for more infomation. 

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