Boyne Fishermen’s Rescue & Recovery Service in Drogheda has registered with local radio station LM-FM and mobile phone provider Talk-To-Me Mobile Phones who are operating a "Defibrillator for Phones" scheme. We need your help to collect 500 old, broken or unused mobile handsets by 5th August. In return for these phones, Talk-To-Me will provide us with a defibrillator for use on rescue operations, thus improving the possibility of a successful outcome for casualties. Twenty-four members of BFRRS are already qualified in defibrillator use and under the scheme, a further six would receive training so this would be a highly significant asset to us. Soâ€¦. take a look at home and if you have an old handset hanging around, weâ€™d be delighted to take it off your hands. The handsets (and chargers too) will then be dismantled and recycled/disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner. Arrangements for collection/drop off can be made as follows: – Contact me directly (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 086 8521969) – Contact BFRRS (e-mail: email@example.com) – Drop it into the Boathouse on the Marsh Road, Drogheda on a Wednesday from 7pm-9pm or Saturday between Midday & 2pm. Finally we need assistance spreading the word about this so if you could forward this message to your family, friends, colleagues etc, that would give us a huge boost in reaching the target!