Efforts to get 100,000 signatures on an epetition calling on the government to provide defibrillators in schools and public buildings will see 12 campaigners walk from Fazakerley through to Woolton over 12 hours today.
The Oliver King Foundation now have just 28 days to get the required 56,000 signatures to reach 100,000 before Sunday 10th February.
The Foundation was set up in memory of schoolboy Oliver King, who died when his heart failed after a swimming lesson.
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