A new defibrillator has been installed on the outside of the Macron Stand, along the Mold Road, thanks to a donation from the Wrexham Disabled Supporters Association (DSA).
Following a meeting with Executive Director Humphrey Ker, CEO Fleur Robinson and Disability Liaison Officer Kerry Evans in the summer, the DSA offered to purchase a new defibrillator for the Football Club.
Installed on the external part of the stadium, to ensure it can be used by the community, the defibrillator is now in place thanks to Barlows.
DSA committee members Dave Mainwaring and Chris Jones and DLO Kerry Evans, all pictured, met at the Racecourse Ground to see the new defibrillator in place.
It is located outside the Macron Stand, between the 1864 reception and turnstiles and the Turf.
How to use the defibrillator
Should you need to use the defibrillator, which comes in a locked and protected container, you MUST ring 999 immediately.
They will advise there is a defibrillator machine close to the location, and the call handler will be able to give the code to open up the armoured casing.
You will also be given instructions over the phone on how to use the defibrillator.