AED for The Swan Inn

A Community project Stone, United Kingdom

AED for The Swan Inn

We're raising money to provide a life saving Defibrillator to The Swan Inn, Stone to ensure Safety for Regulars, Staff and the Community.

New stretch target

Thank you, we have reached our target, BUT would still appreciate more donations.  If we overfund this would ensure that all our staff would be AED and first aid trained, giving that extra peace of mind in case of an emergency. All the staff would be able to provide that crucial assistance until the emergency services arrive on the scene. In addition any funds remaining from The Swan Inn Crowdfunder would be given back to the community for use in helping to fund other much needed defibrillators for Stone. 

Did you know 100,000 people die through Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) every year?


No? You can help cut that death toll today...


The Swan Inn, Stone is acting as a fundraising champion to help the local community by placing a life saving Automated External Defibrillator (AED) outside of the pub. This means that it will be accessible for the local community to use in case of an emergency 24/7. The AED and heated external case have already been part funded (just over half of the amount). Any support you can give will be received very gratefully.

By having the Automated External Defibrillator available to the surrounding public 24/7 this means that we can help cut death tolls that are increasing every year.

The AED is going to be installed on the outside of the pub and to be available to both the Pub and the local community 24/7. If the defibrillator is placed onto the patient who is in Cardiac Arrest within 3 minutes they will have a 70% chance of survival.



As part of the service; AEDdonate provides all the Administration, Essential Public Awareness Campaign, Window Stickers, Certificates and Ongoing After Care Services, available 24/7.


We are working alongside the National Cardiac Charity SADS UK to enable that everyone across the UK is safe if they suffer a Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Over 100,000 people die every year through Sudden Cardiac Arrest, we want to cut that NOW!

Anne Jolly; CEO SADS UK: "Most places must now be equipped with a fire extinguisher, yet there is more chance of a cardiac arrest happening, than a fire breaking out. Many lives have already been saved by those areas already equipped with an AED. If more areas follow suit even more lives can be saved."


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