Home Meet Harriett Harriett's Work News Photos FAQs Links Contact Harriett EU Referendum

MP unveils retirement village defibrillator


21st December 2016

West Worcestershire MP Harriett Baldwin joined residents at Clarence Park in Malvern to celebrate the installation of a vital defibrillator.

The MP was asked to formally unveil the new kit at the Malvern Link retirement village on Friday (December 16) together with local county councillor Paul Tuthill and local residents.

Harriett was approached by constituents to try and secure funding for the defibrillator and support was offered by the British Heart Foundation.

Harriett commented: “I hold regular advice surgeries at Clarence Park and I was approached by constituents to try and assist securing funding for a defibrillator.

“Obviously, we all hope that it will not be needed but it is good to know that such an important piece of life-saving equipment is close at hand in the plush retirement village.

“Clarence Park is such a lovely place to live and I was pleased to chat to residents and staff and help to unveil this early, much-welcomed Christmas present.”

Photo: Councillor Paul Tuthill (far left) and Harriett Baldwin MP lead the unveiling of the new defibrillator at Clarence Park.

Councillor Paul Tuthill (far left) and Harriett Baldwin MP lead the unveiling of the new defibrillator at Clarence Park


Harriett says...

Harriett Baldwin
 
I am proud and delighted to have been re-elected to represent the people of West Worcestershire in Parliament and this website has been created to keep you in touch with my work both in Westminster and across the constituency.

Surgery Dates

31st March Tenbury, Pump Rooms, Teme Street
7th April Upton upon Severn, The Hill Community Centre, Tunnel Hill
14th April No Surgery
 
Surgeries are held at 5pm on Friday evenings. To book an appointment please talk to a caseworker at the constituency office on 01684 585165. | Full list of dates
 

Search this site


 

The Little Book of Big Scams

Click here to read the Metropolitan Police’s advice on scams.
 

Join Harriett's Mailing List

Accessibility