The following sections contain information useful in the event of emergency or if you require assistance.
If you come across a patient in difficulty, call 999 and describe the symptoms to the Ambulance Service - they may tell you to fetch the defibrillator from the cabinet - IT IS UNLOCKED - JUST OPEN THE DOOR, GRAB THE PACK AND RETURN TO YOUR PATIENT.
Open the Pack and lift the lid - listen to the voice that will tell you what to do, and stay on the phone to the Ambulance Service too - they will guide you.
After you have used the defibrillator, tell us so we can service the equipment.
Funding was generously provided by The Davis Hall user groups and The British Heart Foundation who supplied the device.
To report any non-emergency matter to the Police, or to make an enquiry, dial 101. Calls cost 15p from landlines or mobiles, no matter how long the duration.
The village falls in the Avon and Somerset Constabulary, Wincanton rural South area and contact details can be found here.
- Spotted a pothole or other road problem?
For advice on staying safe, either at home or away you can visit their website here. They have lots of tips on home security, computer and internet safety, tackling bullying and anti-social behaviour.
The number can be used to report information of people/vehicles seen behaving suspiciously in the rural community, potentially stolen goods etc.
Alternatively you can report a crime online via our website or if it's a matter which requires immediate police attendance then dial 999. You can still also pass on information anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. You were sent this message because you are in the following group(s): West Camel (West Camel, BA227QG).