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    Weʼve raised £2,350 to provide two accessible public defibrillators within our local community and then training to help save lives in the event of cardiac arrest.

    Owain Glyndwr Pub, Gwernymynydd and The Miners Arms, Maeshafn
    Funded on Thursday, 18th January 2018

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    Sue Newell 1st May 1949 - 28th August 2017

    We want to do something positive for our local community in memory of a wonderful person who will be missed so much by her family and friends.

    Sue was full of life, love, laughter and happiness. She had a sparkling presence, a beautiful smile and always managed to brighten up someone's day. She showed great compassion and sensitivity to others and was a great listener.

    Sue had so many great attributes and certainly lived life to the full - glamorous, energetic, vibrant and fun and often a little naughty! The best Wife, Mum, Grandparent and Friend to so many. A natural homemaker, cook and gardener, Sue just loved to be busy and achieved so much both at home and at work.

    Sue was at her happiest outdoors and loved walking and being close to nature. She loved the contrast of her life in North Wales and her lovely Chalet amongst the lakes and mountains of the French Alps.

    Soon after she retired as a much loved nurse five years ago she suffered a massive heart attack and although she made a good recovery she faced further health battles, including surgery for a detached retina and slipped disc. Despite great bravery throughout she was taken from us far too soon, recently succumbing to a sudden severe stroke.

    As a family living in rural North Wales we recognise the importance of having early access to the emergency response system, early CPR and early defibrillation to treat cardiac arrest - all vital in the chain of survival.

    In memory of Sue's wonderful life which was all about giving to others, we want to provide our local community with a public access defibrillator. The Welsh Ambulance Service is supporting us and will provide training to help us improve local survival rates. Your kind donation will help us achieve this aim.

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    58

    • David J Thomas

      David J Thomas

      Jan 3, 2018

      With our love and fond memories. Hope you reach your target soon. Wendy and David T.

      £50.00

    • Huw Lloyd-Hughes

      Huw Lloyd-Hughes

      Nov 30, 2017

      Brilliant health professional, Sue was a friend to us all. Sadly missed. She would have loved this idea !Huw

      £20.00

    • Sue and cliff

      Sue and cliff

      Nov 13, 2017

      £50.00

    • Faye Gallagher

      Faye Gallagher

      Nov 11, 2017

      Such strong fond memories of an amazing lady. Lots of Love to you all. Faye xxx

      £100.00

    • STEVE NEWELL

      STEVE NEWELL

      Nov 10, 2017

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Nov 5, 2017

    • Anna Davis

      Anna Davis

      Nov 2, 2017

      Such a lovely idea. Sue was a wonderful lady. With lots of love from Anna x

      £20.00

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    Peter Newell

    Peter Newell

    Owain Glyndwr Pub, Gwernymynydd and The Miners Arms, Maeshafn

    Sue's ever devoted husband

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