Announcement: Isle of Wight Heart Care Club – Our Mission

Healthy Lifestyle

  • 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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Announcement: Disclaimer

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25th Anniversary of the Heart Care Club

The Isle of Wight Heart Care Club, will be 25 years old on the 7th February 2016.

To celebrate the Club will hold a buffet lunch at St. George’s Football Club in Newport on Sunday 7th February starting at 12.00 noon.

They are hoping to attract 200 members of the Club, past and present to celebrate their Silver Anniversary.

Tickets are on sale from all club venues, prices at £5.00.

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Steve Milton’s Parachute Jump



Steve Milton from the Fitness Factory, recently took part in a tandem parachute jump to raise funds and awareness fro the Heart Care Club.

He jumped out of an aeroplane at 5,000 feet, strapped to his jump partner and landed safely at Sundown Airport, several members of the club attended the event and cheered Steve on.

We would all like to thank Steve for his bravery and effort and thank him for raising over £1,300 for the Club.

We are hoping tIMG_9237o show a video of the jumps at the annual race night in Wootton on Saturday 10th October 2015. Please come along and support the club.

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Cheques Presentation from Newport Methodist Ladies Fellowship

The Ladies of Newport Methodist Ladies Fellowship,Quay Street, have had a good year of fundraising for The Heart Care Club.

We started last October with a concert by Andy Norman and the Cowes Concert Band. In April of this year we had a Quiz Night and some of The Heart Care Club came along. In May we had a Fashion Show at Edinburgh Woollen Mill, when some of the ladies and some friends acted as models, the raffle raised a nice amount and it was a fun evening.

We have a small stall with books and cards at our meetings and we had another raffle .The total altogether raised was £775.Gary gave us a talk about the club with all the facts and figures,which  we enjoyed. A few of the ladies knew Gary from the club. We hope that your club will continue as I know that it supports a lot of people.

Written by Gay Price from Newport Methodist Ladies Fellowshipmethodist Cheque group

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