September 28th, 2016

Defib installed at Rigby Hall School in memory of TaylorAnn

Defib installed at Rigby Hall School in memory of TaylorAnn Defib installed at Rigby Hall School in memory of TaylorAnn
Rob Underwood, Roy Riley, Sam Haywood, Tracey Harris, headteacher Sarah Radford, Anita Miles,TaylorAnn’s father Kristian Woolley, Maggie Underwood, Stacey Williams-Woolley and Ian Godwin. Picture by Alex Bradbury.3015008R

LIFESAVING equipment has been put in place at Rigby Hall School in memory of former student TaylorAnn Woolley.

A defibrillator and a special plaque was donated by Maggie and Robert Underwood, from the Charlotte and Craig Saving Hearts foundation, who raised the money for the kit from various charity events.

TaylorAnn sadly died last year, when she was only 17-years-old, after she went into cardiac arrest.

Her mum, Tracey Harris, was invited as a special guest and was so thrilled and thankful she has organised a fun day in aid of the Charlotte and Craig Saving Hearts foundation.

The event, which will take place on August 30, has been organised as a way to say thank you for the new equipment.

Tracey said: “Because I couldn’t save my daughter’s life it means a lot that this equipment would save someone else’s child.

“I wouldn’t want anyone else grow through what I did losing a child.”

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