Defibrillator locations

Lowick Bridge

On the wall adjacent to the Red Lion pub.

Lowick Green

The Farmers’ Arms. Top of the wooden steps, visible from road.

Water Yeat

Water Yeat Village Hall. On the wall to the right of the main entrance.

Broughton Beck

In the telephone box opposite the Tollemache Pub.

Greenodd

Greenodd Village Hall. To the left of the entrance at the start of the ramp.

Oxen Park

Oxen Park Village telephone box

Other locations

Find my nearest defibrilator map from Cumbria County Council

First Responders

Community First Responders are volunteers who give their time freely to help save lives in their community. Responders are members of the public who are trained in the use of Automated External Defibrillators and the treatment and control of a wide range of potentially life-threatening conditions.

In cases of heart attack, it has been identified that early intervention can result in a significant improvement in prognosis. First Responders provide support to the ambulance service by attending serious and life threatening 999 calls in and around the community to provide the earliest possible intervention for patients in the first few minutes until the arrival of an ambulance.

How can you help

Crake Community First Responders are an established voluntary charitable group within the Crake Valley and adjoining areas. 

  • become a first responder
  • make a donation
  • host a collecting tin.

Funds raised will be used to purchase defibrillators and other necessary equipment including consumables.

Contact crakecommunityfirstresponders@gmail.com for more information.