Raising funds for local
community defibrillators

The Circuit have created a publicly available map now, which is the one used by the UK's ambulance and emergency services.
Click on the image of the map above to be taken to it.

If you have a defibrillator you wish to be made available for public/emergency service use then please register it by clicking on the image of The Circuit above.

As The Circuit has a much larger database than we could ever hope to achieve we have sadly taken the decision to no longer continue with Defibmap. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Defibmap, this was an online freely available map created by Tom's brother Joe who in 2018, aged just 15, had the brilliant idea to create a Google map showing where our local defibs are.The thought was prompted by us not knowing if a defib had been used on Tom: "Is there a defib there?" we asked, followed by "where's our nearest one?" and Joe's "there ought to be a map showing where they are". He asked around, including the health service, but couldn't find one that was publicly accessible, so he created one. It was further developed into an app for Android and Apple devices. Quite an achievement for such a young man, and one that he should rightly be proud of.

Do you know where your nearest defibrillator is?