Lifesaving legacy

Bridgnorth Community First Responders have recently installed a public access defibrillator at the town’s Castle Hall. The machine was donated by the late Tim Prior, who was well known and respected for his work with charitable causes and organisations.

Before passing away earlier in the year, Tim gifted the town this lifesaving legacy, which is an invaluable piece of emergency equipment for those in need.

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