For life threatening emergencies dial 999
State your name and phone to contact, what the emergency is, what service is required, where you are.  Be calm.
defibrillator 01tn If you believe that the nature of the emergency is heart failure then, if possible, make use of the defibrillator.  The defibrillator is located in the doorway of the village hall on Butts Green.  The village hall is adjacent to the school.  Follow the advice given on the panel - call the emergency number to be provided with the code to unlock the cabinet.  The classic process for recognising and then handling heart failure is:
FAST : Face is not moving,
Arms cannot be moved easily,
Speech is slurred and
Time is of the essence.
Symptoms of anaphylactic shock, choking and hypoglycaemic shock have similar appearances.  Still call 999.  If the sufferer is known to have an epipen then use it.  First responders can use the Heimlich procedure on choking persons but still call 999. 

helicopter ambulance lgreen03 tnIf there is a First Responder - find ot more about Lockerley's First Responder team - team on duty they may be the first people to arrive.  These are volunteers from the village.  They undergo regular training  but they are not paramedics.  This may be followed by paramedic services, ambulance or, if required, the helicopter service.
For non-emergency medical issues call 110  - the NHS phone based help line.

Police contact in emergency, for example, car accident, burglary in process, violence in progress, helicopter crash - call 999.  If it is not urgent then call 101; on the continent of Europe you would dial 112.  The nearest police service building that operates 24/7 is in Andover.  The Romsey police station in The Hundred is no longer operational.