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(From Western Daily Press)
Byline: EVA JONES firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the region's most picturesque villages became the 1,500th in Britain to adopt its disused traditional red phone box. The village of Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire, has joined the growing list of West communities which have installed a defibrillator in its disused phone box.
Parish leaders came up with the idea because ambulances were taking so long to reach their rural community.
It follows in the footsteps of devices already installed at places such as Stourton in Wiltshire, Pensford in Somerset and Chedworth, also in Gloucestershire.
Villagers have been trained to …