Lindsay was instrumental in 2010 to the creation of a community responder group in her rural village in Oxfordshire. Trained in the use of AEDs, oxygen therapy and assisting in a wide range of potentially life threatening conditions e.g. heart attacks, she can be deployed up to a 3 mile radius by the emergency 999 ambulance control centre to attend incidents before the ambulance arrives (which can be delayed in rural areas), thereby giving life support at the earliest opportunity and seriously increasing the chance of survival. Lindsay and her neighbour act as a team and have attended calls requiring a range of treatments from administering oxygen to potential heart attack victims to full CPR. She has recently passed her driving assessment which enables her to use a marked vehicle to cover a wider area in her community. Lindsay is also a first aider at work in Pangbourne.