- 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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Around 40 members of the club turn up to do their bit, along with Family and Friends.
Food and drink was provided as well as a raffle organised by Stuart Bunyan.
At the time of press the total raised is not yet know, but will be published when all the sponsorship money is in.
Thanks to all of the members of the club, who supported the event and to Lyn for organising the day.
Please look out in class for a revised Christmas timetable.
Lyn will be doing her Xmas parties the week before Christmas, except for the West Wight Class which will hold theirs on Wednesday 14th December.
Don’t forget to sell your Raffle Tickets for the Grand Draw, which will take place at the Christmas Lunch at the Channel View Hotel in Shanklin, on Friday 9th December.
First prize £500.00 if you need more tickets please ask, the club needs your help to sell them all.
Merry Christmas to you all from Lyn and Gary.
After After months of planning and much hard work by a number of people, Harry’s ‘Not so Royal Variety Show’ was held at the Riverside Centre on the 30th September. It was a successful and enjoyable evening, entertaining the 150 or so audience with a varied programme. Several of the performers were club members who did hugely well, even though they were very nervous.
None of us knew that Alan Cass had such an amazing voice, singing 3 entirely different pieces of music. There was a young dance group, a young soloist and the Bunker Girls, who all gave freely of their time helping to support the Heat Club funds. During the evening the Social Committee ran a raffle which raised about £170.00.