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Welcome to the Isle of Wight Heart Care Club
The Isle of Wight Heart Care Club was established to provide a facility for people with heart conditions, particularly those recovering from heart attacks or heart surgery, to improve and preserve the quality of their lives by continued support and guidance for themselves, their carers and families.
Our aim is to provide:
Friendly support for people with heart conditions
A structured exercise programme tailored to an individual's needs
An opportunity to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle
An opportunity for participation in the Heart Club's social activities
All the above in a friendly, inclusive atmosphere
Please note that we have changed the times and venues for some the
classes that we offer.
To all members of The Heart Club
Dear Fellow Heart Clubber,
There is a light at the end of the tunnel!
We shall meet up again soon.
I’ve had my jab and I ididn’t feel a thing. Well, I thought, if it’s good enough for
Her Majesty - it’s cerainly good enough for me.
The 11th January, was my birthday and I spent most of the day answering emails and phone calls from family and friends. I was amazed how many people in my profession either called or left messages. Barry Cryer called to tell me the latest jokes doing the rounds - most of them he writes himself.
One 'young man' sent me an email … “It’s a rare thing to get the chance to say Happy Birthday to someone who is older than I am! There must have been something in the air that we breathed on that Summer Holiday that we shared together!!”
But the email that travelled the furthest came from a “Mr. Mrs or Miss Myn Lin from INDONESIA
My wife Jayne joins me in wishing all of you love and best wishes.
Take care and stay safe
P.S. Here’s to the next Thirty
Patron of the Isle of Wight Heart care Club.
Locate your Nearest Automated External Defibrillator
HeartSafe® AED Locator and Arrhythmia Alliance have set a target to invite any person, community, business, medical practitioner, sports facility, school etc to register their AED on this website. Any person wishing to know the whereabouts of an AED can simply enter the post code, and the nearest AED will be displayed on the map.
Our goal is to provide the most informative detailed map of publically accessed defibrillators (AEDs) in all areas of the UK.
Ticker Tape Latest Issue
We have just published the latest edition of Ticker Tape, the January 2021 version.
We have currently suspended the news letter at the moment and we will carry on sending out weekly news updates by email, if you want to be added to the list contact us.