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Defibrillator quiz night to be held

PUBLISHED: 13:36 20 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:03 20 June 2018

Jayne Biggs from Heart 2 Heart has helped install more than 50 defibrillators across the county  Picture: Ian Burt

Jayne Biggs from Heart 2 Heart has helped install more than 50 defibrillators across the county Picture: Ian Burt

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A quiz night in a village pub will be raising funds to get a defibrillator outside the premises.

The fundraising night is at the King’s Head in Belton on Saturday from 8pm and is raising funds for Heart 2 Heart.

Jayne Biggs, from Bradwell, set up the Heart 2 Heart charity after her daughter, Violet, suffered a cardiac arrest when she was seven-years-old.

The quiz night is for teams of up to six people, £3 per person, and it will include television and film clips.

A fish and chips meal is also available for two people for £16.

Looking forward to thew quiz Mrs Biggs said: “Come along and have a laugh and raise money at the same time.”

Belton is without a defibrillator.

As reported last week one of the Heart 2 Heart defibrillators was used to save the life of a man who collapsed at Gorleston and Great Yarmouth Sailing Club.


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