Bradford Community Public Access Defibrillator Partnership

The Yorkshire Ambulance Service Charity is pleased to announce a new partnership which will
support communities in Bradford to install defibrillators in their local area.

Generously funded by Bradford Central Lions Club CIO and Bradford Council, the Bradford cPAD Scheme has been provided with £20,000 to install up to 40 new community Public Access Defibrillators (cPADs)
in the Bradford area.
The scheme aims to save lives across Bradford by working with communities and sites to:
  • Install Community Public Access Defibrillators (cPADs) at locations which do not have a cPAD within 600m or have priority needs. 
  • Encourage communities and groups to take local guardianship of cPADs through a collaborative funding approach. 
  • Provide free training on how to access emergency services, CPR and how to use a defibrillator.
  • Help to register the cPAD on The Circuit where it will link into the network used by Yorkshire Ambulance Service to support the public in the event of an emergency which requires a defibrillator.
For more information and how to apply see below.