Kings Langley Cricket Club (KLCC) have installed a second defibrillator at the club thanks to a generous donation.
The club had previously installed a defibrillator years ago but this was located inside the clubhouse, limiting the hours when it could be accessed.
Thanks to a donation from Apsley Recruitment, a new defibrillator was installed on the outside of the clubhouse on April 20.
Tom Templeton, chair of KLCC, said: “The cricket club has had a defibrillator for several years but it was housed inside the clubhouse and only accessible when the club was open. The ambition has always been to move it to the outside of the club but the cost was prohibitive.
“Now, thanks to a generous donation by local firm Apsley Recruitment, the club have been able to press ahead. The defibrillator is on the outside of the club, facing towards the crossroads and Chipperfield. It is being registered with the emergency services, so that it can be used by anyone who needs it.”