Our ambition is to raise money to provide defibrillators to our local community. These defibrillators really could save lives.
Since Ashley's passing on 20th March 2004, Team Ash have been raising money in his memory. In recent years, this money has been used to donate defibrillators to schools and clubs in the local community.
Early access to a defibrillator is one of the most important factors that could save a life. It could be a teacher, coach, colleague, student, friend, relative, or a stranger - your generous donations could directly contribute towards saving a life in your local community.
Each defibrillator, with a secure cabinet, and training is £1,000.
We have donated defibrillators to locals sports clubs and schools, and last year put one on the main high street in Shaw.
The defibrillators are now easily accessible 24/7 - we put them in secure cabinets registered on the national database. When someone calls 999, they are given details of the nearest defibrillator, and then given the secure PIN code to open the cabinet.
This money we raise could save the life of someone's son, daughter, mum, dad, relative, friend or colleague.