Bishopstone phone box gets new lick of paint

The phone box in Bishopstone village is the parish council information kiosk and importantly, it houses a defibrillator. Very much in need of sprucing up, Councillors Rosemary Morgan and Sarah Keefe removed the flaking paint and applied a coat of Post Office red paint.

The defibrillator can make all the difference between life and death for someone suffering a heart attack as you wait for an ambulance to arrive. This portable device gives a casualty’s heart an electric shock, when it has stopped beating normally in a sudden cardiac arrest.

Bishopstone telephone box after painting
After: Painted Post Office red
Bishopstone parish telephone box
Before: Rosemary Morgan removing the flaking paint

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