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Defibrillator could move to Old Pheasant pub in Glaston



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A defibrillator kept at a village hall could be on the move.

Plans have been submitted to Rutland County Council for the life-saving equipment to be relocated to a wall next to the Old Pheasant pub, between 15 and 17 Main Street in Glaston.

The proposed location is considered to be more accessible and better lit.

A defibrillator could be relocated from Glaston village hall to the left-hand side of a brick wall next to the Old Pheasant pub
A defibrillator could be relocated from Glaston village hall to the left-hand side of a brick wall next to the Old Pheasant pub

The planning application number is 2022/0414/LBA



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