DENNETT LAUNCHES DEFIBRILLATOR FUND!


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£200 PERSONAL DONATION FROM CLUBS COMMERCIAL MANAGER!

Carlton Towns  Commercial manager Brian Dennett is undoubtedly one of the hardest working people in non league for the club he loves, but his next mission for the club takes on more of a personal interest, about something he feels from the heart.

Carlton recently applied for a local grant for a defibrillator but were unsuccessful and following the tragic death of Shaw Lanes Daniel Wilkinson in September, Dennett has made it his mission to ensure Carlton have one in place before the end of this season.

A Defibrillator sadly could not save Daniel, but other lives have been saved in the world of sport and Dennett has tonight kicked open the fund with a £200 donation, he is also talking to experts about what Carlton actually need to have.

Carlton Town Chairman Mick Garton is known to believe that with the amount of money floating about at the top end of football through individual earnings for players and agents and the riches the FA have, that this is something that should be provided to every non league club.

That is not the case however and while Carlton still have to pay back the loan for the new mower, Garton is fully behind Dennetts appeal and has tonight told this website that he personally will also donate £100 towards the Defibrillator.

" I support what Brian is trying to do here, we also have a lot of younger players train down here and nobody knows what is really going off inside their bodies, I can also relate to that being a fan of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club with what happened with the fantastic cricketer James Taylor, he lost his career but still has his life which is the main thing at the end of the day"

" Hopefully others will pledge support for Brians mission, his own commitment to donate £200 is a wonderful gesture and I will put another £100 in to help towards that and hopefully we can get this in place in the near future " said the Millers Chairman.



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