- To provide friendly support for people with Heart Conditions
- To offer a structured exercise programme tailored to an individual’s needs
- To provide an opportunity for an individual to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle
- To participate in the Hearts Clubs Social Activities
- To provide all of the above in a relaxed friendly atmosphere
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The New Strolling Players from West Wight, produced their Annual Pantomime in December last year.
Jack and the Beanstalk, this was held at the Memorial Hall in Freshwater. All proceeds each year go to Local Charities.
Sophie Warwick who played Bert the Prince is the Daughter of Harry Warwick a member of the West Wight Group.
The production raised around £900.00 and they presented the Club with a cheque for £300.00.
Thank you to the New Strolling Players for the money and thank you to all of the members of production team and cast for thinking of us.
On Saturday 20th April the West Wight Class will be holding a Coffee Morning at the Totland Community Centre.
Starting at 9.30 and fininshing at 12.30
Everyone is welcome all proceeds will go the the Cardiac Rehab Classes on the Isle of Wight.
Please support this evevnt, there will be Homemade Cakes, Tea and Coffee, Bric a Brac and Tombola Stalls.
On Friday 15th February at the John Cheverton Centre, Earl Mountbatten Hospice, Newport.
All welcome to a coffee morning from 10.00 to 12.00am to raise awareness for British Heart Foundation.