A new life saving defibrillator has been donated to Windsor's Street Angels.
The welcome gift from the Legoland theme park in Winkfield Road was handed over to their co-ordinator Police Community Support Officer David Bullock last week.
The Street Angels are trained volunteers who patrol the streets of Windsor and Eton town centre on Friday and Saturday evenings, offering support to anyone who has become vulnerable.
They offer vital first aid and defibrillators can make the difference between life and death to heart attack victims.
Until now the Angels have used an iPad Automated external defibrillator (AED).
Now that Legoland have given them a new higher grade defibtech defibrillator, the Angels are donating their old one to the Windsor Community Defibrillator Partnership which was co-founded by PCSO Bullock. It will be made available for public use on another site .
The new machine be kept at the Angels' base in Windsor Baptist Church when it will also be available for public use when the they are not out and about patrolling.
Sue Bradley, First Aid Supervisor at Legoland Windsor Resort said: "We’re so pleased to be able to donate this potentially life-saving equipment to the Windsor Street Angels and commend the fantastic work they do in the local community."
David Bullock said: "We can’t thank Legoland enough for their kind donation."