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July 2018 Lottery Results

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Lottery Winners July 2018

The winners for the week ending the 20th July are now available to view. All winners will be notified by post.

£1000 winner

P8492 – MRS M BENKO

£100 winner

R7598 – MRS V OLDROYD

£50 winners

N8161 – MR D WOOLDRIDGE

J9562 – K BROWN

£25 winners

N9235 – MR S PRITCHARD

E9157 – MR L MCDONALD

£20 winners

Q1320 – MRS T HOTHERSALL

R3971 – MS W BRYAN

£15 winners

U1346 – MR R POLLITT

C7155 – MRS K PURNELL

£10 winners

S1823 – MR M COLLINSON

E7396 – MRS M RICE

D4197 – MR S GODFREY

£10 Consolation Prizes A8492 B8492 C8492 D8492 K8492 L8492 M8492 N8492 Q8492 R8492 S8492 U8492 

£5 Consolation Winners

K9540 S3306 E3731 K0333 K3844 K9200 V9037 L2182 K0174 P0775 F5134 M4707 T3436 Q3087 L5005 Q5306 J9450 K5158 Q9964 S7074 R8450 V0485 U0375 Q0874 A6169 D7051 L9297 A8843 C3708 K2142 D7569 F3859 P6868 P4409 K8994 L3747 D1436 F5687 T5212 M8539 M4310 C8439 M1284 A1988 J9511

All winners will be notified by post with their cheque.

The winners for the week ending the 13th July are now available to view. All winners will be notified by post.

£1000 winner

Q5194 – MR AN DAVIES

£100 winner

C0527 – MR K FIELDING

£50 winners

R7499 – MRS J NUTTALL

L0914 – MRS G RIGG

£25 winners

T0153 – MR G BROWN

J6819 – MR & MRS DODDS

£20 winners

R9575 – MR J MCCANN

F7009 – GC LEA

£15 winners

L4667 – MRS H GOLDUP

S9742 – MR A BRADY

£10 winners

P9245 – MRS E HILTON

R2408 – MR JR TAYLOR

H5924 – CARPET & FLOORING SOLUTIONS LTD

£10 Consolation Prizes B5194 C5194 E5194 F5194 J5194 K5194 L5194 M5194 P5194 S5194 T5194 

£5 Consolation Winners

X0974 M1363 E1481 C4404 J5843 M9768 S2856 P8335 S8333 R4563 S5452 J1038 Q1482 N0287 J1759 B9859 M0479 Q4088 T3334 K9497 L5973 P6850 Q6786 N3411 K3328 C9796 G8588 L2749 B9692 K2534 J8524 C4349 C8761 L9982 C8342 K9450 T4272 T5211 K1206 L0229 J2654 D8923 N7050 B8835 J6797

All winners will be notified by post with their cheque.

The winners for the week ending the 6th July are now available to view. All winners will be notified by post.

£1000 winner

Q0907 – MRS M LOWERY

£100 winner

T9277 – MR A SMITH

£50 winners

D1799 – MRS C ARMSTRONG

Q9706 – MISS C SIMPSON

£25 winners

V8744 – MRS J FOSTER

C3229 – MR D RATCLIFFE

£20 winners

Q2162 – MISS K LEWIS

P0833 – MR GE DICKINSON

£15 winners

A5603 – MRS P TOLAN

L1173 – MR T YOUNG

£10 winners

B5261 – MISS L HILTON

J3998 – MISS C DAVIES

G9551 – MR DJ DOLAN

£10 Consolation Prizes A0907 B0907 C0907 D0907 J0907 K0907 L0907 M0907 N0907 P0907 R0907 U0907

£5 Consolation Winners

P8561 L9034 L5940 G6684 J8890 A5566 J8344 V3652 A4581 T8077 M0105 B3336 M8543 M2055 D5537 A7083 M5697 U0940 L1220 T5185 R8571 R2797 S1277 Q9546 J2132 P4080 T7378 L4876 J1485 P3982 D8679 T9862 S4533 P7350 S0147 R3826 U6388 K5048 A4929 T1376 K3852 S7475 A0378 S7762 G3381

All winners will be notified by post with their cheque.

Cycle in support of your local heart charity

Join the Heartbeat team

Manchester to Blackpool Bike Ride!

Sunday 8th July 2018

Ride Details: Start Imperial War Museum, Quay West, Trafford Wharf Rd, Manchester M17 1TZ. Finish South Promenade, Blackpool (opposite the mirror ball)

Distance: 60 miles (approx.)

Challenge Rating:  ELEVATION INFO (TOTAL CLIMB): 1800ft.

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For more information contact the fundraising team on 01772 717147 or email lisa@heartbeat-nwcc.org.uk

Thank you for your amazing support!

Heartbeat are blessed to have a fantastic supporter called Kelly Baines, who is a nurse on the Coronary Care Unit at RPH.

Last year with her friends they raised an amazing £850 by undertaking the Yorkshire 2 peaks walk.

This year Kelly kindly organised an Afternoon Tea and Charity Evening to raise funds for Heartbeat on Saturday 12th May at the Preston Marriott Hotel at Broughton.

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Huge thank you to Kelly for raising £1,058 at her ‘Can’t Drop the Beat’ charity event.

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Lancashire Women’s Centres – Ready to Save Lives

Lancashire Women’s Centres (LWC) provide health and social care services in Cumbria and Lancashire to women and their families.

Throughout May/June 2018 Heartbeat NWCC are delivering a series of first aid workshops at LWC’s 5 Lancashire sites, which were made available to all staff.

Workshop sessions were 90 minutes in duration and covered work-place specific first aid topics, such as;

  • serious bleeding
  • CPR
  • recovery position
  • suspected heart attack
  • choking
  • anaphylaxis
  • seizures
  • safe use of a AED (Defib)

Sessions were practical, hands-on training tailored to the working environment.

In total 27 members of LWC staff attended the workshops.

“Thanks Siân for being so patient, letting us chop & change dates & travelling all over Lancashire to train our teams. The feedback from everyone has been excellent & they feel more confident now to cope with emergency situations” Kathryn Malley, Service Manager (Blackpool & Lancaster)

To contact Lancashire Women’s Centres please click here

To book a Heartbeat workshop like this for your organisation, please call us on 01772 717 147 or email Sian at sian.edwards@heartbeat-nwcc.org.uk.

Well done to our Heartbeat Heroes!

We would like to say a great big THANK YOU to this bunch of superstars for successfully completing Sefton Triathlon last Sunday 29th April.

Heartbeat Cardiac Physiologist Jo Duff made it a family affair and is pictured here crossing the finishing line with brother Jeremy Bradburn.

Jo’s son Jack and Daughter Georgia also pictured crossing the finishing line and Jo’s friends who are also siblings Sarah Horsfall, James McQuillen and Helen Mills also completed the challenge in aid of Heartbeat.

Thank you so much to all for taking part and raising an awesome £700 in aid of Heartbeat.

To sponsor the team visit their JustGiving page www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Jo-Duff

If you are competing in a challenge and you would like to fundraise for Heartbeat (THANK YOU!!) please contact Lisa for advice and a fundraising pack lisa@heartbeat-nwcc.org.uk or phone 01772 717147 and she will be happy to help you.

Heartbeat Carry out Training for Highfield Community Group

Defibrillator Training

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Members of Highfield Community Group in Blackpool receiving their community AED (Defib) familiarisation training.

In the UK there are over 30,000 cardiac arrests a year in homes and communities where the emergency medical services attempt resuscitation.

However, less than one in ten victims of cardiac arrest survive to be discharged from hospital.

Would you know what to do in this type of emergency?

If not why not book a community first aid session for your group or society, contact Sian on 01772 717147 for more information.

Record Attempt: Largest Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Lesson

As part of our 40th Birthday celebrations, would you like to join us in our World Record attempt?Heartbeat 40th logo

In 2018 Heartbeat will be attempting to break a world record for the “Largest Cardiac Rehabilitation Exercise Lesson” and we want you to be involved!

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Would you like to be part of the Event?

If you’d like to attempt to break the world record with us you must have at least one of the following medical conditions, we will need medical proof of this:

  • Heart Attack
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Stent
  • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Cardio Version
  • Heart Failure
  • LVAD
  • Angina
  • Coronary Bypass
  • Heart surgery
  • Heart transplant
  • Heart procedure

PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WANT TO BE INVOLVED

Get involved

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST WITH US NOW!!

Join In

Email us at events@heartbeat-nwcc.org.uk to join in the World Record Attempt

Martin Issatt runs to say thank you to Heartbeat

Press Release

Date: October 2017

Martin, 49 from Chipping, wanted to give something back to Heartbeat after attending rehabilitation classes at the centre within PNE.

In Spring 2017 Martin started to feel unwell and after several visits to the hospital in June 2017 he had a double heart bypass. After his operation Martin was referred to Heartbeat for his rehabilitation classes.

 

Martin said, “Being diagnosed with heart disease was a huge shock, but after my surgery I found the Heartbeat rehab program an invaluable part of my recovery, the team worked with me and gave me advice on training limits to help me achieve my goals, without the program I don’t think I’d be as well as I feel now.”

Martin previously enjoyed taking part in challenges such as Bad Ass Mucker 10k in 2015 and in 2014 and 2013 he took part in Para10 which is a 10-mile endurance run organised by the Parachute Regiment and was physically fit when he began to feel unwell. Martin has got a family history of heart disease; however, it took Martin by surprise when he was told he had to have a double heart bypass.

Lisa Riding Heartbeat fundraiser said, “Martin has decided to take part in the Morecambe 10k later this year to raise funds for Heartbeat. This will mark his 12-month anniversary after having his heart bypass. Martin has found his recovery difficult not only physically, but emotionally to, so this really will be a challenge for him and we can’t thank him enough. He is a true inspiration to us all.”

Martin is now a member of the Cardiac Athletes and took part in his 1st 5k run in Oct 2017, just four months after his operation. If you would like to support Martin who will be running with his brother and fellow Cardiac Athlete and Heartbeat supporter Darren Nicholls please visit Martin’s Just Giving page www.justgiving.com/martin-issatt2

If like Martin, you would like to became a Heartbeat hero please contact Lisa Riding in fundraising on 01772 717147 or email lisa@heartbeat-nwcc.org.uk.

We still have places available in the Great Manchester half marathon and 10k taking place on Sunday 20th May 2018. Please contact Lisa lisa@heartbeat-nwcc.org.uk.

Heartbeat helps over 900 people every week through its cardiac rehabilitation sessions in Preston and the surrounding area which currently costs over 1 million pounds per year and is entirely funded from voluntary donations.

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Blood Pressure Testing at SRBC

Blood pressure screening in Leyland… even the Mayor and Vice Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire didn’t escape us!

Raising awareness for both Heart Health and Heartbeat.

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Left to Right: Debbie Crossley (Heartbeat Cardiac Physiologist),  Mayoress Mrs Carole Titherington,  Mayor of SRBC Labour Councillor Mick Titherington,   Vice Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire and Jo Duff (Heartbeat Cardiac Physiologist)

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