Hatley’s defibrillator – just dial 999

Don't panic – trained operatives will tell you what to do... and we have reminders to help


The defibrillator cabinet outside Hatley Village Hall. If you need to use it, first dial 999 – it has been registered with the NHS who will provide the code to open the cabinet door and give instructions for its use.

Hatley’s defibrillator (above) is located outside the Village Hall in Hatley St George in a locked and temperature-controlled cabinet.

It has full public access and can be used at any time, day or night and on any day of the week.

If you need to use it…

  • Use your phone to ring 999 – the defibrillator has been registered with the NHS who will confirm the code to open the cabinet door and give instructions for its use.

NB / 1  If you ring from home before going to the Village Hall, write down the code on a bit of paper and take it – and your phone – with you.

NB / 2  Once the defibrillator has been used, we urge you to replace it as soon as possible please so it is available for future use.


Reminders of what to do

Click on the graphic below for our mini-gallery of useful CPR photos.

[1] DR ABC – reminder of the key things to do if you find someone unconscious. [2] Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) could help to save the life of someone who has collapsed. [3] CPR is a very useful procedure before using a defibrillator. [4] Emergency first aid poster.

Click on this graphic for reminders of what to do.

Our thanks to East Anglian Air Ambulance for the two excellent CPR training courses held in Hatley Village Hall in March and September 2019.

Post created 2nd April 2019; updated 10th March 2022.