The Friends of Llangollen Health Centre, like so many other organisations, has been affected by the pandemic.
One of its projects has been to contribute to the cost of installing defibrillators.
The latest one is now outside the Conquering Hero in Rhewl.
The official hand-over (pictured above) was attended by Maggie Smith, Chair of Llantysilio Community Council, the Clerk to the Council Sandra Baker, and Audrey Brameller, a member of the Board of Trustees.
The Trust was also pleased to receive a generous donation from the Friends of Oakleigh represented by Ruth Tamms to the Friends' John Palmer (pictured above).
The Friends is a charity whose objectives are to relieve sickness and to preserve and protect good health amongst permanent or temporary residents in the catchment area of Llangollen Health Centre and Llangollen GP practice, including Glyn Ceiriog & Plas Madoc,by the provision of facilities, support services and equipment not normally provided from statutory funds.
With the support of volunteers, the Friends normally staff the café in the surgery, but this is currently on hold until things get back to normal. Fundraising activities have also been on hold.
However, the Friends will be resuming fundraising with a coffee morning in the Memorial Hall on Market Street on Tuesday May 31 and would like t see as many people as possible coming along to show support.
* If you have any ideas on how we can support patients, please email John Palmer email@example.com