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Defibrillator training for Scleddau and Trecwn residents – Saturday 29th February 2020 at The Gate Inn, Scleddau
Map of Scleddau ward
Christmas Tree donated by Fishguard Garden Centre
A big thank-you to Nick and Jill of Fishguard Garden Centre for kindly donating this fantastic tree, opposite The Gate Inn, Scleddau.
Defibrillator and lockbox bought for Scleddau
Sunday 19th August saw The Gate Inn and Scleddau Community Council join forces in the provision of potentially life-saving equipment for the village.
The council funded the provision of a defibrillator which was presented by council chairman Mansel Raymond for use in the village while The Gate Inn raised the £460 for the purchase of a lockbox to house the equipment.
In addition to funding the lockbox, The Gate Inn are providing the location and security measures for siting the defibrillator.
Dai and Rosie Williams, who started fund-raising shortly after moving to the pub on St David’s Day, organised darts events and raffles and were assisted by Tony Phelps who arranged a series of fund-raising quizzes.
The Gate Inn’s ‘D’ darts team made a donation of £130 and the North Pembrokeshire Darts League added a further £50 to the fund.
Dai and Rosie expressed their deep thanks to all who gave their support.
Community councillor Alun Phillips said: “I am delighted to see a local business and the community council work together for the benefit of the entire village.”
Dai and Rosie Williams, landlord and landlady of The Gate Inn, are pictured with Scleddau Community Council chairman Mansel Raymond, fellow Councillors and local people who have helped to raise money.
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