This site shows the position of all defibrillators registered via the, or via the Community Heartbeat Trust Governance database, WebNos. Data from WebNos is validated and dynamic and is updated daily, showing if the defibrillator is operational or not. 

As the leading community defibrillator charity, and the only one dedicated to resilience, sustainability and governance of community defibrillator schemes, the Community Heartbeat Trust charity has released its new National Defibrillator Database® for public viewing.

The new NDDb® allows for a direct feed from the WebNos™ Governance system directly into the public view of data with the data refreshed every day to ensure the information provided is accurate and always up to date..

CHT is in the process of loading data from ambulance services to create a full national picture. The data will also be used for Medical and Clinical Research purposes.

The NDDb® and the WebNos Governance system are both free services of the charity and the data is GDPR compliant.

The NDDb® is available to everyone who wishes to see the location of a defibrillator near to them. If a site is missing or you would like to add a defibrillator please email CHT via

This is summarised data only for public access and post-code to help find the site and does not reflect all the data registered with your ambulance service

Data entered directly into NDDB or from third party sources may not be validated or accurate. CHT takes no responsibility for the accuracy of any data shown, and you should always call 999 Ambulance in an emergency, and not rely on any web-based database for accessing a defibrillator. If you wish to register onto the WebNos Governance database (a free service), then please go to the Contact Us page. All data is GDPR compliant. 

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Please make sure you have read and understood this disclaimer - It will be assumed that you have read prior to CHT receiving any request. CHT are not responsible for your fund raising, nor your cPAD operations, but may assist in both. CHTs only aim is to support the installation of a cPAD scheme in the most cost effective way possible adhering to Best Practice, and help save lives in your community. This website, and any downloaded information, is for information only on how to go about obtaining and installing a cPAD, and other relevant information. All copyrights and trademarks are recognised. All support for the cPAD will be undertaken by the village committee responsible and via standard manufacturers warranties. Any training organisation will only be responsible for the initial awareness training and not for the functioning or maintenance of the AED. Please do not send any monies to CHT until you have registered your scheme with us, and have agreement from the local ambulance service for the establishment of a cPAD scheme. All schemes must be registered with the local ambulance service (CHT will also undertake this or you can do via this site, but this does not remove responsibility for you to notify the local ambulance service of your AED location). 999/112 (ambulance) must always be called prior to using a cPAD equipment. VAT may be applicable if your organisation is not an eligible body as defined by HMRC. All current or historical claims for VAT will be met by the local community. All schemes will be asked to sign an agreement taking responsibility for their own fund raising and donations to CHT, and then the operation and maintenance of the cPAD equipment. All CHT provided schemes will need to manage their maintenance through the WebNoS online system as a condition of CHT support. It is your responsibility to maintain the equipment in working order and to make sure the local ambulance service is aware of this. WebNoS makes this possible and also acts as an audit trail for management of the equipment. Sites provided by CHT and not using WebNoS may be disengaged from the ambulance service CAD systems. Any web site showing defibrillator locations is for information only, and should not be used in preference to dialling 999. CHT works in close cooperation with the UK ambulance services. Always dial 999 in an emergency

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