Arrhythmia Alliance - Lilly-May Page Campaign

Lilly-May was 5 years old when she suddenly collapsed and tragically died when being collected by her mum and nan at school on 15th May 2014.  Lilly-May suffered a sudden cardiac arrest.

Her Mum Claire, firmly believes that if an AED (automated external defibrillator) had been available, she may have survived. Claire is now determined to ensure that these lifesaving AEDs are made available in schools around the country, starting with her home town in Berkshire. 

To date, more than twenty six schools have received life-saving AEDs through the Arrhythmia Alliance - Lilly-May Page Campaign, and with your help, we know this will multiply.

*NEWS June 2021 - Claire Page is prompted to issue life-saving warning after the collapse of Christian Eriksen - Read more here

Lilly-May's mum Claire received a Pride of Reading Award in 2014, read more here. Current UK Prime Minister Theresa May congratulates Claire on her award in the clip below:

Charity fundraisers held a fun day to mark the five year anniversary. Read more here 

Hundreds of people turned up to support the campaign with face painting, a bouncy castle, barbecue and live music. The event raised a fantastic £837.54, which will go towards providing life-saving defibrillators at schools and community centres around Reading, Berkshire. 


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