New life-saving defibrillator installed on wall outside of post office in Burbage

Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 20 April 2022

A BRAND NEW defibrillator has been installed for public use in Burbage.

Pictured: Post office owners Deepak Joshi and Babita Joshi with the defib (Image: Burbage Parish Council)

The piece of life-saving equipment has been placed on the wall outside of the Three Pots Post Office, based on the corner of Newstead Avenue and Wolvey Road.

In a statement obtained by the Hinckley Free Press, a spokesperson for Burbage Parish Council stated that they are ‘grateful’ to post office owners, Deepak Joshi and Babita Joshi, for their support.

Other Council-provided defibrillators can be found across the village – these are at the Burbage Community Library on Church Street, Millennium Hall on Britannia Road, and the Western Power Distribution substation, based on Hinckley Road.

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