A Marlow rotary club has stepped in to fund a replacement defibrillator after it was stolen from Longridge Activity Centre.

Thieves stole the life-saving equipment on November 2 with staff taking to social media to plea for help.

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The Longridge Activity Centre has been acting as a vaccination centre so the loss of a defibrillator was a major issue for the operation.

Marlow Thames Rotary Club agreed to fully fund the purchase of a new defibrillator and it was installed on November 10 by club president Steve Barry and CEO Amanda Foster OBE.