Halls Head and Lions Croquet Clubs receive defibrillator

Halls Head and Lions Club Croquet Clubs members with bank mascot Piggy and the defibrillator machine.
Halls Head and Lions Club Croquet Clubs members with bank mascot Piggy and the defibrillator machine.

HALLS Head and Lions Croquet Clubs share a clubhouse at Erskine where the game is enjoyed by about 80 playing members.

With an ageing population, they felt the need to have a defibrillator on hand in case of emergency.

Halls Head branch of the Bendigo Bank stepped up with the offer of a defibrillator that was presented to members at lunch today.

Club members praised the bank for its on-going generosity to the community.

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