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
On 18th November a sumptuous dinner organised as a tribute to legendary poultry farmer the late Reg Johnson, the man who got the country’s top chefs to prefix their duck and chicken dishes with the word Goosnargh to put the village on the culinary map, turned out to be a real menu pleaser not just
Sporting communities in Leyland have raised almost £2,000 for Heartbeat. Families took part in a one-mile fun run around the squash courts at Leyland Leisure Centre, with a total of £1,750 gained through sponsorship. Organiser John Gibson said: “Heart disease is the UK’s biggest killer, with one in four people in Lancashire affected.
Youngsters pack bags at Waitrose for Heartbeat Youngsters from Balshaws, Archbishop Temple, Astley Park, Lostock Hall High, All Hallows, Lostock Hall Community Primary School and Clayton-le-Woods Primary School packed bags at Waitrose in Preston. Michelle Hunt, head of fund-raising at Heartbeat, in Preston, said: “We would like to thank all the pupils involved. They raised
Our very own Heartbeat Hero, Sian, tackled the 2017 AJ Bell London Triathlon and conquered it, Olympic distance no less!! This Olympic triathlon course is a big event in the triathlon calendar, against really strong athletes. Sian said... "I am absolutely made up with a time of 2:56, I loved every minute (the
We’ve won our 3rd consecutive Gold Cardiac Smart award With the publicity over Fabrice Muamba's cardiac arrest, the Oliver King Foundation's petition, and with more common interest over Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS), the dangers of heart health are at the forefront of the nation's psyche. The Cardiac Smart initiative promotes awareness of heart health,
Former PNE player George Ross sadly passed away in May last year on the last day of the football season. His son, Andrew Ross, and four friends (Pete Smith, Jonathan Cuff, Adam Horabin, Paul Young and driver David Latham) are determined to take on the National Three Peaks challenge in memory of George on 16th
On 6th May Heartbeat Hero Lauren Hogg took part at Rat Race 2017 Burghley Park, Stamford to raise money for Heartbeat, in memory of her Grandpa, Grant Williams. Lauren said, "I took part in Rat Race 2017 to raise money for Heartbeat because they supported my Grandpa for many years. I signed up to take part
Heartbeat Heroes Special thanks to Tim and Lynda Gornall who raised vital funds for Heartbeat by hosting an Easter Raffle at their magnificent Caravan Site in Chipping. http://www.brickhouseccs.co.uk Tim & Lynda and their generous guests raised a fantastic £174.67 for Heartbeat! Which is a fantastic amount, thank you so much! Lynda said "I
Hear from Ian, Sharon, Dom and Graham about how Heartbeat North West Cardiac Care have supported them to rebuild their lives and aided their recovery from heart disease. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHsCq9_afSE&t=27s For further information on how Heartbeat can help you or a loved one please phone our team on 01772 717147.