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Ampfield Parish Council manage four public-access defibrillators at the following locations:

  • Ampfield Village Hall (purchased with grants from our Borough and County Councillors)
  • Ampfield Recreation Ground (purchased with grants from our Borough and County Councillors and installed by Redington Home Services)
  • Potters Heron (donated by Potters Heron)
  • Entrance to Wheelhouse Park/Ampfield Meadows (off Baddesley Road) (kindly donated by Inspired Villages and installed by Martin Hatley)


Each of these, and others nearby - all of which are known to the ambulance service - can be found on this map Defib finder – find the defibrillators nearest you.

 However, in an emergency phone 999 and you will be directed to the nearest operational defibrillator - this is the advice of the ambulance service. The operator will provide you with the location and code to open the cabinet. 

User Guidance

A Youtube video on how to use it can be found at the following link:

How to Use a Defibrillator (AED) - First Aid Training - St John Ambulance

Details of how to use our particular make of defibrilators can be found here  and in each of the cabinets. The machines are designed to be easy to use by untrained members of the public and they will not give a shock unless they have detected appropriate bodily signs: iPAD SP1 defibrilator