Harpole Parish Council
Harpole Parish Office
72-86 Larkhall Lane
Harpole, NN7 4DF
Telephone 01604 289324
Harpole Parish Council provides your local services. Our role is to to serve the residents and community of Harpole. Our website includes information about how we conduct business and what we do, as well as wider community information. If you can’t find the information you require then please email email@example.com. Harpole is a vibrant and active community with many clubs, organisations, and activities. As well as Parish Council matters this site provides the repository for information on these organisations and activities. There is also a section for village-based services. If you would like your business featured, or you have any questions about the site please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also sign up to receive our occasional mailing, highlighting activities and events in the Parish, Find out about the Parish Council here:
The Defibrillator in Harpole is located on the side wall of Magnus Shoes, in the High Street, opposite the Store and Post Office. If people ring 999 for an emergency they will have to answer a series of questions. Based on the answer to some of the clinical ones the computer will search for the Harpole Community Public Access Defibrillator (CPAD). The conditions for granting access to the Defibrillator include cardiac arrest, some severe heart and breathing conditions. If the Defibrillator is within 500m of the address for that emergency, then the caller is asked if they are able to retrieve it. There will need to be more than one person as one person needs to remain with the casualty. They are given the location and the code required to open the cabinet and to return to the address with it. It can then be used if needed. After the incident, it is usually returned to the cabinet by the person that fetched it or it can be taken by the ambulance crew. The emergency service control room runs a report on most days to identify which CPADs have been activated and they then attempt to contact the guardian to perform a check that it has been returned and is rescue ready for the next use.
While the current situation prevents gatherings of more than two people, we have no opportunity to allow residents to have personal input to planning applications. Current applications can be found online here, providing an opportunity for residents to submit comments to our planning officer.
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