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Defibrillator Donated To Club

30 July 2014

A4MTS helps improve clubs medical coverage at the Greenhous Meadow

A4 MTS, one of the largest independent suppliers of ambulances and training services in the West Midlands, were at the Greenhous Meadow earlier in the week to donate a Defibrillator to the club.

A4 MTS who provide the matchday ambulance cover at the Greenhous Meadow were happy to give a new unit to the club to help on non matchday.  As with all Football League club Town have a unit as part of their matchday kit but with events going on at the Greenhous Meadow 365 days a year it was felt another unit was needed.

A number of staff at the Greenhous Meadow have been trained by A4 MTS to ensure that there is cover during the events and conferences that take place all year round.

Steve Bennett, A4MTS’s Chief Ambulance Officer met with Town’s Stadium Manager Alan Roberts to drop off the unit and discuss the season ahead.

“I am once again looking forward to working with A4MTS over the upcoming season”, said Alan.

“The donation of the unit will help the club to provide a defibrillator for the stadium to use on non match days.”

“A number of staff in different departments have been trained by A4MTS in its use to ensure we have people who can cover conferences and functions all year round.

“Hopefully the club will never have to use it but now we have one in place should the need arise.”


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