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Pictures at a permanent exhibition and community access defibrillator now active

Talking to Bay Life about some of the events this month that have been continuing to profile of the success of the Aqua Bar, with their theme of the Aqua Bar ethos, Stuart Thomson, one of the key organisers at the bar, restaurant and venue told us, “following the success of our recent art exhibition The Pevensey Art Group now have a permanent display in the Bistro of the Aqua bar.

“All paintings are for sale and we have asked that rather then taking any commission that the group donate some money to Charity which they are happy to do.

Stuart also posted us a picture of the new community access defibrillator as part of his account of the month.

The provision of the community defibrillator is the latest initiative by co-owner, Julie Rowe.

Stuart told us, “the patrons of The Aqua have collected money to provide a community defibrillator”, adding, “this will be housed on the outside of The Aqua on the Sea Road side”.

As this is to be a community resource, he explained, “Julie and I will be arranging teaching sessions on using the defibrillator and will be opening these to the whole community.

“The more people who can use the machine will help make our community safer for residents and visitors”.

Local resident. Hope Fi, commented, “fantastic news, and an amazing asset to the community and its visitors. Would absolutely recommend attending the training it could possibly save a life, I would be very interested in attending.”

In a final comment, Stuart Thomson posted us the proof of the installation with the words, “now active. Sea Road wall of the Aqua Bar”.

Furter details about all the Aqua Bar activities can be found here on their eventboard.

IMAGE CREDIT: Aqua Bar, community defibrillator, Sea Road wall of the Aqua Bar