About Our Club

Front Cover 2013Why do we need a club?

5 people a week in Halton have strokes.

We are a mutual support, self help group for people who have suffered a stroke and their carers.

The club is run by volunteers who have had strokes or who are carers.

The club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at the Select Security Stadium, Lowerhouse Lane, Widnes.

The club will provide free transport to the people who do not have their own transport.

The club has monthly days out throughout the year.

We have entertainment on club evenings and we provide a Christmas Party each year for members.


The club arranges holidays for members. One seven day holiday during the summer months.

Also Turkey & Tinsel holiday near to Christmas.


Membership to the club is open to persons who have suffered a stroke and their carers.

A membership subscription of £15 per person is all that is required.

For more information, please call Barry Heap on (0151) 4951686.


2 Responses to About Our Club

  1. Just met your Bob Bryant here in Paignton Devon.We had just finished our own Stroke Club meeting, when in wheels this dynamite on wheels.
    What can I say other than Ideas are already bouncing around in my head through just having our short chat. We need a lot more Bobs in this world to promote the problems that Stroke Survivors and Carers face in the journey of Stroke Best Wishes to you all
    Colin Stephenson of Torbay Stroke Survivors Computer Group
    W/Site :–Torbay Stroke Survivors .Jimdo com


    • Barry Heap says:

      Hi Colin, our loss is your gain. Although Bob is our Life President, we miss his input in this area. I hope you have gained some useful advice which you can use to benefit stroke survivors and their carers in your group.
      Barry Heap, Treasurer


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