Bracknell, December 12th, 2011 - Swallowfield and Spencer's Wood Community First Responder (CFR) scheme has now officially launched its brand new 4x4 response vehicle. This has been made possible by the generous donations of local businesses large and small as well as Lottery funding. Redwood Technologies knowing only too well the implications and difficulties that the harsh British winter weather has presented over the past few years was proud to be able to assist the CRF scheme in their efforts to raise funds for their much needed vehicle.

The unveiling of the response vehicle proved a great success with attendance from many local businesses, including Redwood Technologies, contributors to the scheme and local residents, including many patients who have been treated by the CFR volunteers.

The charitable donations have not only enabled the CFR team to purchase the vehicle but they are now able to respond to 999 medical emergency calls in the local area at any time of the year, even in tough weatherconditions.

Martin Taylor, director of Redwood Technologies comments “I’m delighted that Redwood was able to help such a worthy local cause, providing vital assistance to those in need. It’s great to see community spirit alive and well, not only in the donations but the wonderful work that the CFR volunteers do which greatly benefits our local community”



December 12, 2011
Category: News