A public access defibrillator has been installed in the phone box opposite the village hall,  and a second one on a post close to Old Manor in High Casterton will be commissioned shortly.


These devices are in unlocked cabinets, can be used by any member of the public, and can play an essential part in trying to save the life of someone who is in cardiac arrest.


No specialist knowlege is required, the process is simple, and might just mean the difference between life and death.  Although not absolutely necessary, a training session has already been held in the village, and it is hoped a second one will be arranged, to demonstrate the simplicity of the devices and give people the confidence to use them when the need arises. Watch the village Notice Boards for this.

Casterton autumn ‘boon’ day


A day to get our parish looking good



Come along to the Village Hall on Saturday 2nd November at 10am to help in tidying your village ready for winter.


Refreshments will be provided, but please bring suitable clothes and footwear, and any tools that might assist us in the clean- up of our environment


Any questions or suggestions, please contact:

Chris Benson on 015242 71340 or at