Lions install third defibrillator in Clevedon

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 August 2018

Clevedon Lions Club members with Westend Post Office owners Bhuvat and Ramesh Barot.

Clevedon Lions Club members with Westend Post Office owners Bhuvat and Ramesh Barot.


Clevedon Lions Club has installed its third defibrillator.

The group used money raised from its annual classic car event to buy the life-saving equipment and place it at Westend Post Office & Store in Old Church Road.

Owners Bhavna and Ramesh Barot also supported the installation.

It follows defibrillators already installed by the club at Queens Square and the Six Ways roundabout.

The Lions has also organised a free defibrillator demonstration session at at St Andrew’s Church Hall in Old Church Road at 7.30pm on September 6.

Lions president Sue Miller said: “Knowing what to do in an emergency is something everyone should know about.

“This information might save the life of a loved family member or friend – I strongly recommend that as many people as possible attend.”

For more information on the Lions, email

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