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Heartbeat Dance Classes

TUESDAY 2.30 - 3.30pm & THURSDAY 4.15 - 5.15pm

Heartbeat is a dance inspired fitness class for those that love to move to great tunes while getting fit.  

You don't have to able to dance to come along, just bring a smile and plenty of enthusiasm!

Tel. 01420 544794 for further information and to book a space.

Coming Soon - Tai Chi - Adapted Classes at Cardiac Rehab

Exercises designed to improve posture, alignment, weight transfer and balance.

Wednesdays 11.30 - 12.30pm  -  Please telephone 01420 544794 to find out more and reserve a space.

Sandra's Cycle Challenge - Land's End to John O'Groats

On the 21st July Sandra will begin the challenge of cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats.  

Over 14 days she will cycle 1000 miles and over 50,000 ft ascent..... Phew!

You can sponsor Sandra at the Cardiac Rehab Reception, or, via mydonate - please click on the link below:


Sandra's Lands End to John O'Groats Bike Ride for Basingstoke & Alton Cardiac Rehabilitation Charity Ltd on MyDonate

Please sponsor Sandra and help her to raise funds to enable us to help people with and at risk of heart disease...

Cardiac Rehab Treasure Trail

Thank you to everyone who braved the weather to take part in our Treasure Trail this week and for letting us know how much fun you had,  even though you got wet!

Thank you also to our fabulous cake bakers.  The cakes and biscuits were very much appreciated by all and together with donations we raised just under £100 for the charity.

The treasure trail answers can be viewed below:

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 The winning teams were as follows:

Finkley Down Farm Tickets - Team Bax
New Forest Wildlife Park Tickets - The Boots
Bocketts Farm Tickets - Shooting Star
Watercress Line Tickets - The Sparkles

  We even had our logo painted on rocks which were then hidden for other other walkers to hunt for!

Staywell Schools Campaign

We are so pleased to be able to tell you about our Staywell Schools Campaign which was launched in January.  Cardiac Rehab have teamed up with 8 local schools and have been attending assemblies to talk about how we can look after our hearts.

Taking heart health education into schools is so very important and will enable the children to make healthy choices and understand their bodies.

During the spring and summer terms the children will be learning about:

  • The Science of the heart and how it works and what it does.
  • Physical activity and the benefits of exercise.
  • Nutrition and how food choices affect our hearts.

As well as 7 local Primary schools, Amery Hill Secondary School have signed up to become a 'Staywell School'.Students from Year 8 will be visiting the centre to learn about the heart.They will then feed what they have learnt back to the participating primary schools.

Denise & Sally visit Amery Hill School to talk about Healthy Hearts.

Sponsor a Staywell School

As part of the campaign the children will be holding fundraising events such as 'wear red' days, when the children will pay £1 to take part, to raise money for Cardiac Rehab.

The fundraising focus is that it costs £300 to help one local person, who is at risk of developing heart disease, on our Staywell Programme.

If you would like to help the children raise funds for Cardiac Rehab, then please go to

The amount you donate will then be entered onto a brick on the Staywell Schools Poster in the Cardiac Rehab reception.

It's easier to Staywell than Getwell!

The Big Quiz

 It was a full house of supporters for the Cardiac Rehab Big Quiz at Alton House Hotel on Thursday 22nd March. With 11 tables including two from our sponsors Sheen Stickland, the challenge was on for The Sheen Scribblers to retain their 2017 1st place trophy!

Our quiz master for the evening Mayor Dean Phillips kicked off the night with the first four rounds from Fictional places, Food and Drink to Geography and TV. By the half time supper break NFU's team NFU et al were inching ahead with a 3-point lead from the Sheen Scribblers who were one point ahead of the Stickland Scribes. The Wild Ones at this stage could well have been the wild card trailing in last place!
By the second part of the evening the competition was hotting up and some excellent history buffs for our WW1 round with the Wild Ones, Pieces of Eight, Dirty Dozen and The Socialites all scoring a full house for this round!
The logos round showed the magical effects of marketing with the Sheen Scribblers taking this round and Hugh's hopeful's seemingly retired from it!
The famous places round was a high scoring round for most teams although Soldridge Analytical were clearly too busy on facebook to make the effort!
The True/False round weeded out the medical professionals from the not so with some confusion in regard to the number of bones in the feet, however they seemed to redeem themselves remembering the human lungs have a surface area of approx. 70 square metres, phew! 

The winners (and the losers!!) of the evening go to;
1st place – NFU's et al
2nd place Sheen Scribblers
3rd place Pieces of Eight!

The Cardiac Rehab staff team The Tickers played an honourable role – enabling none of the guests to take the 'wooden spoon' that's sportsmanship! 

Congratulations NFU et al! You have been crowned the new Brainiac's of Alton! 

Thank you to
Hugh's Hopefuls
The Tickers
The Wild Ones
NFU's et al
Pieces of Eight
Caught Short
Soldridge Analytical
Dirty Dozen
The Socialites
Sheen Scribblers
Stickland Scribes

Sheen Stickland our sponsors for the evening, Robert Simmons Solicitors, NFU Mutual and Alton House Hotel and those that came to support on the night, we raised just over £1,000 for the charity.

"We believe as a local business it is important to support community initiatives and local worthy causes such as this one. It was fantastic to see so many other local businesses and fellow quiz fans following suit by entering teams and ensuring the event's success. It was a great event, and both an honour and a pleasure for Sheen Stickland to have taken part and given our support."

David Sanders, Partner at Sheen Stickland

The Winning Team NFU et al - Sylvia Andrews, Pete Andrews, Emily Palmer, Stewart Palmer, Tori Dawn, Kate Nash, Mayor Dean Phillips (Ricky Dawn & Andy Nash not pictured

Shingles Vaccination

People in their 70s urged to take up shingles vaccine offer

People in their 70s are being urged to protect themselves against shingles with a free vaccine.

GP practices across Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight are offering the vaccination as part of the NHS shingles vaccination programme for 2017/18, which began on 1 September 2017.All eligible people are encouraged to book an appointment with their GP practice for their free shingles vaccination.

By the end of August 2017, not even half of all eligible 70 year olds in the Wessex area had been vaccinated against shingles but the NHS is encouraging everyone who is offered the vaccine to take it up.

Shingles is caused by the same virus as chickenpox.Most people have chickenpox as children, but the infection lays dormant in the nervous system, even after recovery from the illness.This can reactivate later in life when the immune system is weakened to cause shingles.

As people get older their immune system naturally weakens; which is why those aged 70 and over are more likely to get shingles.

Shingles is a very itchy, painful, burning group of blisters. Shingles can be very painful and debilitating and because it reactivates in the nervous system, it can lead to nerve pain and other health problems long after the initial rash has disappeared.The rash commonly affects one area of the body, often the chest, but it can also affect any nerves - including those in the face and eyes - and can last up to four weeks.

However for some people, pain can persist for several months, or even years, after the rash has disappeared.

Complications of shingles can be also be fatal for around 1 in 1,000 over-70s who develop the illness which is why it is so important that eligible people take up the offer and get vaccinated against the virus.

Heart Disease - Past, Present and Future

​Cardiac Rehab Trustee, Dr Dominic Kelly, is talking about advances and improvements in heart disease ....

Heart Ball 2018

Community members, supporters, and local businesses came together on Saturday 24th February to celebrate the work of our charity.  The Cardiac Rehab Heart Ball fundraiser held at the Alton House Hotel raised in excess in of £4,000 for the charity. This years event saw guests greeted with a glass of bubbly and a string quartet of local orchestra musicians. There was entertainment aplenty with casino style tables for those interested in a flutter,  a table magician keeping everyone guessing and a fantastic caricaturist offering portraits for those wanting to see themselves in another light! The raffle was overflowing with goodies, the three course meal served by Alton House Hotel was exceptional and the silent and live auctions bought out everyone's competitive spirit! 
Kings Pond Shanty Men performed a melodic set of tunes free of charge for the charity to lead harmoniously into the disco dancing stage, hosted by the lovey Claire and Tony of AAC Disco, who also gave their services to the event free of charge. 
Fundraising Officer Amanda Denton said feedback from the event was exceptional with everyone enjoying the food and entertainment.  It was a lively evening and a great opportunity to raise awareness of the charity and the important work it does in the community. 
We would also like to thank all the local businesses that helped make the raffle/auction on the evening such a success, over half of our guests went home with raffle/auction prizes that had kindly been donated by a number of local businesses who gave generously to help raise funds to reduce the impact of Cardiovascular Disease.


A big thank you to: 
Alresford Music Festival
Alresford Golf Club
Alton Bowling Club
Alton Home Hardware
Alton Tennis Club
Ambassadors Theatre Woking
Amys Nails
Austins Cafe
Beale Park
Blue Reef Aquarium
Bocketts Farm
Boogie Bounce
Breamore House and Country Museum
Cake Creations
Castle Coombe Circuit
Cholderton Charlie's Farm
Compleet Feet
Cutting Rooms
Dorking Halls
Dunsford Park
Elance Salon
Elstead Lighting
Farnborough Air Sciences Trust
Farnham Maltings
Finkley Down Farm
Forest Lodge Garden Centre
Fresh and Fruity
Go Ape
Guildford Spectrum
Hat Tricks
John Lewis
Lasham Gliding
Longdown Farm
Lordington Lamb
Majestic Wine Alton
Manor Park
Mint Condition
Mountain Warehouse
Museum of Army Flying
Newbury Race Course
Newforest Wildlife Park
Pam Jones Paintings
Paultons Park
Peterfield and Alton TAGB Taekwondo
Pretty Woman
Quirky Women
Rob Gaffney Magician
Seasons Yoga
Spirt Day Spa
Staunton Country Park
Tammys Nails
Team Sport Indoor Go Karting
Thames River Cruise
The Anchor Inn - Lower Froyle
The French Horn
The George
The Swan
Theatre Royal Winchester
Tylney Hall
Unique Chique
Unique Outdoors
Warren Powell Richards
Watercress Line
Yvonne Arnaud
Zia Fitness


​Venue Date
​Alresford Golf Club​29th March 2018
The Hampshire26th April 2018
Weybrook Park Golf Club​
17th May 2018
East Berkshire Golf Club​
14th June 201​8
Petersfield Golf Club
16th July 2018
Basingstoke Golf Club​27th September 2018
Test Valley
10th October 2018
Blackmoor Golf Club​5th November 2018

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What clever staff we have!

​Many Congratulations to Sandra, Charlotte, Julie and Stephanie who have all recently completed training courses and achieved top marks in their individual subjects.

​Sandra can now provide training in the following areas:

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillation

First Aid at Work and Emergency First Aid at Work

Immediate Management of Anaphylaxis

Watch this space for an update on training opportunities for individuals and companies at the Cardiac Rehab Centre.

​Charlotte is passionate about making a difference to health.

She started studying for a Masters Degree 5 years ago when she was living in Oman.  She continued her studies when she returned to the UK, on the 'distance learning' course with Manchester University.

Charlotte joined the team at Cardiac Rehab, as a qualified BACPR P.IV Exercise Instructor, two years ago.  Since then she has been juggling her work and studies, as well as looking after her two children, Dulcie and Fin.

​Julie Hewson (above) and Stephanie Wallis
Qualified Instruction in CAN-REHAB - Both achieved Distinctions

​Julie and Stephanie, Cardiac Rehab Exercise Instructors, have recently qualified as Cancer Rehabilitation Specialist Instructors.

This is an area we have been wanting to move into for some time.

We will keep you posted as to when these classes are up and running!

Hiring our facilities

​The Cardiac Rehab Centre's facilities are available to hire year-round.  The Centre is purpose-built and is located beside the Alton Sports Centre.  There is a private Car Park with Disabled Spaces next to the entrance.

Our Lecture Theatre can be arranged in either classroom or theatre style and can seat up to 80.  The hire charge is £25.00 per hour.

For evening and weekend hire the Lecture Theatre can be opened out into the Reception area, providing seating for a further 20 people.

The use of the Kitchen facilities including crockery is included in the hire charge.

Our Meeting Room is multi-functional and can comfortably seat 12 and is modern and light.  The hire charge is £10.00 per hour.

Please visit out Centre Facilities page for further information.

Anyone for Golf?

We are looking for new members...

Acoustic & Electric Band Night is a huge success!


​Over 120 people attended The Alton Maltings on Friday last where they were treated to an evening of Folk and Classic Rock Music.  The pub style atmosphere was alive with people dancing and singing along to classic hits from The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and many more big time bands.

A huge thank you to the band members of 'Arod' and 'Not Quite Vicky' who helped organise the event and gave their time for free.  Thanks also to The Alton Maltings for hosting the evening, and to Triple fff Brewery who donated the beer.  Both the 'Alton Pride' and 'Moondance' went down extremely well!  Finally, thank you to all the volunteers who helped on the night.

We are very pleased to advise that £1,200 was raised for Cardiac Rehab.

Alton Lions President Mike Gwynne hands over cheque for £2200 to Nikki Radcliffe, CEO of Cardiac Rehab, from funds raised at the Lions Annual Golf Tournament.


Nikki Radcliffe, Cardiac Rehab's new CEO, popped down to Worldham Golf club on 12th October to say a hearty thank you to the Alton Lions Club. Their annual Golf tournament raised an impressive £2,200 for Cardiac Rehab. The Tournament, now in its tenth year, takes place at Test Valley Golf Club with an impressive line-up of pro-amateur golfers.  The day was won by Les' Misérables. They hope to hang onto their crown in 2018 to become Less Misérables!

10K Donation from the Victorian Cricket


Wow! Thank you, to the Victorian Cricket committee and all the supporters for their hard work in achieving what was an amazing result - £10,000!!

We were bowled over this week when the team visited the centre to present the cheque. What a surprise. Thank you so much to all for nominating and choosing Cardiac Rehab as the charity this year.

The money donated will make a big difference in helping us to help those who will benefit from the services we offer.

£10,000 helps us to support over 30 more people at higher risk of developing heart disease through our Staywell Programme.

Once again on behalf of the Trustees, staff and those who will benefit from your generosity – thank you.

A huge thank you to Sainsburys


​Martin Lovell, Cardiac Rehab General Manager, accepts a cheque from the staff at Alton Sainsburys.  As the chosen local charity of the year, Cardiac Rehab is extremely grateful to receive such a fantastic sum from Alton Sainsburys.

"We are dedicated to improving the heart health, fitness and wellbeing of those with and those at risk of heart disease.  This year Cardiac Rehab will need an income of over £300.000 to break even.  Although we host the NHS cardiology team at the centre, we receive no funding from the NHS nor from local or national government.  We are therefore reliant on our supporters and fundraising activities.  We would like to extend a hugh thank you to all of the Sainsbury's staff and customer's for your support."

Centre Closure


​The Centre will be closed for one day, on Saturday 22nd July, for Electrical Installation Testing.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Cardiac Social Club Information

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Hearty News - Spring 2017 - Out Now!

Our spring 2017 newsletter is now available to download. Click on the link below to read all about our "Have a Heart" campaign, Denise's 20th anniversary with Cardiac Rehab, salt and heart health and much more!

Cycling UK support the Cardiac Rehab Cycle Group

The Cardiac Rehab Cycle Group enjoying  the sunshine on their first outing of 2017.

Cycling UK member Mike Hutchinson was among those taking part in the first ride of the year in mid-March – a 13-mile loop in glorious sunshine from the Alton Cardiac Rehab centre in Chawton Park Road through the rolling Hampshire hills, passing Jane Austen's former home along the way.

To encourage more Cardiac Rehab exercisers to join them, a new cycle storage shelter will soon be installed at the centre, thanks to funding organised by Cycling UK in partnership with My Journey Hampshire.

Read the full story by clicking on the link below....

Charity Shop Closing Down!


Since announcing back in April of this year the threat of closure hanging over the Cardiac Rehab Charity Shop in Market Street, Alton, staff, volunteers and supporters have been rallying round to do all they can to ensure the survival of the shop, which has been a part of Alton's town centre since 1994. It was therefore with great sadness and disappointment that the trustees of Cardiac Rehab have been left with no choice but to announce the closure of the shop on the 12th August 2017.

The trading environment in Alton has been difficult for a number of years, and last year's flood further damaged an already weak trading position. Although trading has marginally improved, despite additional marketing, the shop sales have not picked up as hoped. All efforts to reduce expenditure were unsuccessful and therefore not enough to turn the tide, leaving the trustees faced with little room for manoeuvre. As company directors and charity trustees, the board have been very aware and mindful of their legal and moral responsibilities, and are saddened that having had a presence in the town for so many years they have had to take this very difficult decision.

Martin Lovell, General Manager of Cardiac Rehab said "everyone has worked so hard to try to find a solution to the problems the shop has faced, and this decision is particularly hard on the very loyal staff and volunteers who have worked tirelessly to make the shop a success, I want, on behalf of the trustees and myself, pay tribute to their dedication and effort. We would also like to thank those loyal customers and supporters who have donated and bought goods from the shop over many years.

Cardiac Rehab established the Charity shop in Alton in the early days of the Charity, firstly on Crown Hill and, since 2004, on Market Street. The Cardiac Rehab shop was set up as part of the charity's trading subsidiary with the objective to generate profits to donate tax free to the charity, to support the work that it does.

It is particularly sad that Cardiac Rehab, a local charity serving local people, will no longer have a town centre presence. Cardiac Rehab continues to provide the essential and life-enhancing services it does, to its many exercisers at its specialist centre off Chawton Park Road, and the programmes that Cardiac Rehab provide are not under threat, however it still very much needs the local support that it has received.

Cardiac Rehab receives contributions from the exercisers who use its services, but most of its funds are raised through donations and the events it runs. The charity receives no funding from government or the NHS and so the income it needs to maintain the services it provides comes primarily from the generosity of the local community.

Heart disease remains one of the single biggest killers in the UK with on average 435 people each day losing their lives to cardiovascular disease. Cardiac Rehab is playing its part in improving the health, fitness and well-being of those with or those at risk of developing heart disease. Cardiac Rehab can do more, and wishes to do more, but does need the continuing support of the community to meet its annual running costs, which this year will be over £300,000.

If you would like to find out more about how you can help or support Cardiac Rehab please contact Martin Lovell, General Manager on 01420 544794 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Cardiac Rehab Valentine's Ball 2017

"A fantastic night was had by all who attended the Cardiac Rehab Valentines Ball, last Saturday (18th February) held at the Alton Maltings. The guests generously supported the black tie event, one of the major fundraisers of the year for the Charity.

Martin Lovell General Manager said "without funding from government or the NHS we very much rely on events such as this to support what we do. We are so grateful for the generosity of those who came along and all the individuals and organisations that supported the event through donations and sponsorship, and helped us to raise over £8,000." Cardiac Rehab is a local charity serving the local community, providing controlled, monitored and supervised exercise for those with and those at risk of heart disease. Martin went on to say "Our income comes partially from exerciser contributions but primarily from the generosity of the local community without which we couldn't do what we do." The guests were treated on the evening to a fabulous 3 course meal followed by charity auction that was run so very well by Jerry Janes, increasing the amount raised on the evening. Live music was provided by local band the Standards who ha everyone dancing until the end of the evening. One of the guests was heard to say "this has been such a wonderful evening and we are delighted to be able to support the work that Cardiac Rehab does." They went on to say " I hadn't appreciated all that the Charity does, and I was shocked at the statistics for the number of people affected by heart disease." Heart disease remains one of the UK's single biggest killers with around 200 people a day dying from the disease. The programmes that Cardiac Rehab run help those with or at risk of the disease, to control their risk factors. Martin Lovell added that "we are always looking at different ways to boost our income and allow us to help more people, so our new weekly lottery is a great way that local people can have a bit of fun and support the charity. The weekly lottery has a jackpot of £1,000 each week and for £1 a week you have 10 chances to win. Cardiac Rehab can add a significant amount of income through the lottery this year with your help. Entry forms are available to download from Every additional 15 entries could help us to support another 15 local people to avoid developing heart disease."

Not long till our Valentine's Ball!

Not long till our Valentine's Ball!
Please help us to make this event as successful as last year.

We have just four tables left to sell - for 8 or 10 people!

For just £50.00 per person you will get a welcome drink upon arrival with entertainment by Gray & Groovy Opera Singers - a 3 Course Black Tie Dinner (lounge suits are acceptable) followed by Coffee - Dancing to Live Band, The Standards, until 11.30pm - There will also be a separate lounge area away from the Band for those who prefer to end the evening relaxing with their Valentine!

Your support will enable us to help more people with or at risk of heart disease!

If you really can't make it then why not take a look at our fantastic auction items by clicking on the button below. To place your bid just email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Fundraisers on the run for Cardiac Rehab!

Fundraisers on the run for Cardiac Rehab!

Two hardy supporters are donning their running shoes and running in aid of Cardiac Rehab this year. 

Tom Trowbridge will be running the Southampton Half Marathon on Sunday 23 April. Brett Garner is running in the Race to the King Ultra Marathon (no mean feat as it's his first race in 10 years!) on 24th - 25th June 2017. 

We wish them every success and we hope you'll feel inspired to sponsor them by clicking on the images below.

Hearty News is out now!

Hearty News is out now!

Our latest newsletter, full of events, updates and useful information is available online now. Just click through to the full blog story and click on the link to read online or download.

The Welly Boot Club

The Welly Boot Club

We were delighted to welcome the ladies of the Wellington Boot Club (a ladies breakfast network group) to the Cardiac Rehab Centre for their monthly meeting in October.

Apart from the delicious breakfast they had a programme that included a tour of the Centre, a talk on CPR and how to keep your heart healthy. The highlight was a talk from Maggie Sinclair who described her experience of heart disease, how Cardiac Rehab has helped her to manage her risk factors over the past 20 years. The ladies of the Wellington Boot Club were very good breakfast guests and very much appreciated the chance to learn more about Cardiac Rehab, one of their chosen charities for this year. We were very grateful for the £110 donation which they made on the day.

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 4th January 2018

£1,000 Mr N Cox
£100 Mr D M Hewitt
£50 Mr J Moore
£50 Mrs J Sankey
£25 Mr M R Leary
£25 Ms C Cavies
£20 Mr & Mrs A R Blues
£20 Mrs A Cutler
£15 Mrs Lisa Brown
£15 Mrs P M Thomas
£10 J B Smith
£10 M Toplis
£10 Mr Barry Ingram
£10 Mr Francis Potter
£10 Mr J Billington
£10 Mr Mark Riley
£10 Mrs C E Hornby
£10 Mrs D Knight
£10 Mrs Gibson
£10 Mrs J E Wallwork
£10 Mrs P M Townson
£5 Eileen Procter
£5 H McGouldrich
£5 J Griffiths
£5 Miss Lyndsay Bennett
£5 Miss S Marshall
£5 Miss Sarah Pindard
£5 Mr A Stone
£5 Mr A Wilcock
£5 Mr Alexander Robertson
£5 Mr Felix Walne
£5 Mr I B Alder
£5 Mr J Coughlan
£5 Mr J Murray
£5 Mr John Waites
£5 Mr K Bennett
£5 Mr Leonard Waller
£5 Mr Michael Denver
£5 Mr P Clark
£5 Mr P Rumley
£5 Mr S Margerison
£5 Mr S Woan
£5 Mrs A Benson
£5 Mrs Angela Walmsley
£5 Mrs C Gregg
£5 Mrs D Wiggans
£5 Mrs E Reeder
£5 Mrs Harris
£5 Mrs J M Entwistle
£5 Mrs J Nelson
£5 Mrs J Smith
£5 Mrs J Wells
£5 Mrs Jean Mills
£5 Mrs L M Hill
£5 Mrs L S Hands
£5 Mrs M B Dilworth
£5 Mrs M Beanland
£5 Mrs M Downs
£5 Mrs Turner
£5 Mrs V Hornby
£5 Mrs V Settle
£5 Mrs Valerie Eccles
£5 Mrs W Sudell
£5 Ms C M Hills
£5 Ms Joanna Dutton
£5 S Henley  

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 11th January 2018

£1,000 Mrs K Kennedy
£100 Mr James Long
£50 Mr D Miller
£50 Mrs G Markham
£25 Mr M Hughes
£25 Mrs J Collyer
£20 Mrs M Simmonds
£20 Mrs Margaret Casperd
£15 Mr & Mrs J W Nelson
£15 Mr S Broomfield
£10 Dr John Bradley
£10 Mr A North
£10 Mr J S Gilberg
£10 Mr R Moss
£10 Mr S Sartin
£10 Mr T Rennie
£10 Mrs Aldous
£10 Mrs C Cookson
£10 Mrs E Heritage
£10 Mrs F Rothwell
£10 Mrs G Gunby
£10 Mrs M A Derbyshire
£5 Alan Barnes
£5 D Spencer
£5 Dr J B Wright
£5 Martin Bateson
£5 Mary Hall
£5 Miss J Smethurst
£5 Miss L Hardcastle
£5 Miss M Holden
£5 Mr A Holmes
£5 Mr A Killeen
 £5 Mr B Caddick
£5 Mr J Aspey
£5 Mr J White
£5 Mr K Ball
£5 Mr M P Buckley
£5 Mr M Turner
£5 Mr Martin Garry
£5 Mr Michael Hindle
£5 Mr P Lund
£5 Mr P T Williams
£5 Mr R Barber
£5 Mr R Cross
£5 Mr R Kershaw
£5 Mr R Kilner
£5 Mr R Mills
£5 Mr R Morrison
£5 Mr S Godfrey
£5 Mr S Johnstone
£5 Mr Shaun Reeve
£5 Mr T Allender
£5 Mr W Urquhart
£5 Mrs Anne Nolan
£5 Mrs B Eltman
£5 Mrs B Grieve
£5 Mrs D L Thomas
£5 Mrs Jane Atkinson
£5 Mrs Julie Bartley
£5 Mrs Lorna Dundas
£5 Mrs M E Prescott
£5 Mrs M Wardman
£5 Mrs M Warford
£5 Mrs McEwan
£5 Mrs P Kirby
£5 Mrs S E Blaney
£5 Mrs W S Barrett

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 25th January 2018

Winner £1,000 Mrs D J Birch
£100 Mrs C A Smith £50
Mr Robert Nelson £50
Mrs C Timmins £25
Mrs C Macmillan £25
Mrs D Hallam £20
Mr D Sheppard £20
Sandra Rogers £15
Miss S Quenby £15
Mrs Todd £10
Mr Allan Napier £10
Mr G R Oare £10
Mr G Willett £10
Mr Gregory Smith £10
Mr J Fox £10
Mr M Gemson £10
Mr M Hughes £10
Mr P Wilkinson £10
Mr R Jones £10
Mr Stephen Topping £10
Mrs Catherine Jeffery £10
Mrs J Baxendale £10
Mrs J Critchlow £10
Mrs Louise Sheffield £10
Mrs M Mansfield £10
W N Flynn £5
Carol Derbyshire £5
Dave Rawlinson £5
Dr Geoffrey Levy £5
Howard Turner £5
Kelly Hay £5
Miss J M Pugh £5
Miss M Kerrigan £5
Mr & Mrs J Rowe £5
Mr Andy Evans £5
Mr Anthony Holland £5
Mr C James £5
Mr E B Banks £5
Mr F Iredale £5
Mr Gordon Gibson £5
 Mr J A Stirzaker £5
Mr J B Smith £5
Mr J Horrocks £5
Mr J Thompson £5
Mr John Worthington £5
Mr N Logan £5
Mr P Curwen £5
Mr P Latham £5
Mr R Edwards £5
Mr Robert Kirby £5
Mr Stephen Pettit £5
Mr Wilson £5
Mrs A Llewellyn £5
Mrs A McNeilly £5
Mrs C Booth £5
Mrs C Messent £5
Mrs Christine Flood £5
Mrs D Knight £5
Mrs G Broadhurst £5
Mrs Haythornthwaite £5
Mrs J E Hillier £5
Mrs K Scargill £5
Mrs L M Bassett £5
Mrs L S Naylor £5
Mrs Laura Conroy £5
Mrs M Pexton £5
Mrs P M Thomas £5
Mrs Paulette Murray £5
Mrs R Berry £5
Mrs Sue Davies £5
P M Beckett  £5

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 8th February 2018

£1,000 Mr Martin James
£100 Mrs Pauline Hart
£100 Pne Development Association
£50 J Telford
£50 Mrs V Singleton
£25 Mr P Goulding
£25 Mrs O Smith
£20 Mr D Reddy
£20 Mr Martin Bolton
£15 Mr Felix Walne
£15 Mr Ian Bowman
£10 A Ratcliffe
£10 Mr Edward Waring
£10 Mr Gordon Gibson
£10 Mr J C Farrow
£10 Mr K Faulkner
£10 Mr McCann
£10 Mr P Mellor
£10 Mr R Culverhouse
£10 Mr T Akroyd
£10 Mrs D Benson
£10 Mrs J Nelson
£10 Mrs S J Barrett
£10 Ms J Doyle
£5 A B Caunce
£5 D Kirby
£5 Miss A Armstrong
£5 Mr & Mrs W J Hands
£5 Mr A & Mrs A Whitsey
£5 Mr A Franic
£5 Mr A Godfrey
£5 Mr B Taylor
£5 Mr B Toole
£5 Mr Bob Churchill
£5 Mr David Woodward
£5 Mr G A Bowie
£5 Mr G A Mercer
£5 Mr Gavin Armstrong
£5 Mr L Harling
£5 Mr M A Pritchard
£5 Mr M Sumner
£5 Mr M Walker
£5 Mr Mike Rimmer
£5 Mr P Regan
£5 Mr Paul Craig
£5 Mr Peter Watkinson
£5 Mr R Peterson
£5 Mr S Jayne
£5 Mr Steve MacCormack
£5 Mrs B Smith
£5 Mrs D Davis
£5 Mrs E Kehoe
£5 Mrs Edwina Fleming
£5 Mrs Elaine Kelly
£5 Mrs H C Witter
£5 Mrs Hogan
£5 Mrs J Stothert-Burton
£5 Mrs J Waters
£5 Mrs Janet McDonald
£5 Mrs K Gregory
£5 Mrs M Brown
£5 Mrs M Gordon
£5 Mrs M Laidman
£5 Mrs M O'Brien
£5 Mrs Susan Just
£5 Ms A Spellman
£5 Ms Barbara Hodson
£5 Ms P Hulme
£5 Sheila Porter

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 15th February 2018

Prize Winner
£1,000 Mr Jonathan Blundell
£100 Mr R Moss
£50 Mrs C Nightingale
£50 Mrs J M Porter
£25 D Ince
£25 Mrs E Miller
£20 Mrs H W Taylor
£20 Mrs M Dixon
£15 Mr R Allen
£15 Mr W Casey
£10 Jo Roberts
£10 Mr & Mrs G Spells
£10 Mr A Hughus
£10 Mr D Randall
£10 Mr J Wilson
£10 Mr K Hoyle
£10 Mr Steven Ogden
£10 Mrs A V Robbens
£10 Mrs C Taylor
£10 Mrs Hilary Williams
£10 Mrs P Asquith
£10 Mrs S Russell
£10 T Halpin
£5 B Patel
£5 C Rossbotham
£5 J Connolly
£5 M G Devane
£5 Miss Sandie Dearden
£5 Mr & Mrs A J Aldridge
£5 Mr & Mrs W J Hands
£5 Mr A G Ford
£5 Mr A Tranter
£5 Mr A W Southworth
£5 Mr Allan Short
£5 Mr Arundell
£5 Mr C & Mrs M Townson
£5 Mr D Birkenhead
£5 Mr D Clarke
£5 Mr D Houghton
£5 Mr F Taylor
£5 Mr Hough
£5 Mr J J Ellis
£5 Mr John A Rawcliffe
£5 Mr McCann
£5 Mr Michael Clancy
£5 Mr Michale Puckey
£5 Mr N Irving
£5 Mr P S Cartwright
£5 Mr R Butler
£5 Mr R J Charnock
£5 Mr Robert Walker
£5 Mr S Norris
£5 Mr S Windsor
£5 Mr Stephen Mills
£5 Mr T Turley
£5 Mr Vince Fry
£5 Mr Wareing
£5 Mrs Angela Birtwistle
£5 Mrs B Taylor
£5 Mrs E Duffy
£5 Mrs G S Walsh
£5 Mrs J Llewellyn
£5 Mrs Margaret A Clarkson
£5 Mrs P Barton
£5 Mrs Susan Rambridge
£5 Mrs Vanessa Smith
£5 N K Higgins
£5 Susan Jones

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 22nd February 2018

Prize Winner
£1,000 Mr S McDowell
£100 Mrs J M Peers
£50 Mr Chris Wheatland
£50 S Griffin
£25 Mr Andrew Kidd
£25 Mr G N Dobson
£20 Mr R Sumner
£20 Mrs Carol Bunting
£15 Mr I Whiteside
£15 Mr P Williams
£10 A Deery
£10 Miss K Stevenson
£10 Mr Col Hooton
£10 Mr Keith Waddington
£10 Mr R Keller
£10 Mr R Pollitt
£10 Mrs B Ryding
£10 Mrs C benzie
£10 Mrs J Francis
£10 Mrs P Will
£10 Mrs R Hogan
£5 Anthony Abbott
£5 Lyn Fenton
£5 Mick Wearmouth
£5 Miss J Hough
£5 Miss S Day
£5 Mr & Mrs N Groom
£5 Mr A G Garton
£5 Mr A Ramsdale
£5 Mr B Smith
£5 Mr Chris Reynolds
£5 Mr Craig Blacklock
£5 Mr D Evans-Rush
£5 Mr G Cooper
£5 Mr G Craig
£5 Mr G Kane
£5 Mr Glyn Morton
£5 Mr Graham Kirkham
£5 Mr J & Mrs N Parker
£5 Mr J P Simmons
£5 Mr John Baldwin
£5 Mr M Chedd
£5 Mr P Watkinson
£5 Mr Ralph Finch
£5 Mr S Ellison
£5 Mr Stephen Smith
£5 Mr T Naylor
£5 Mrs A Ditchfield
£5 Mrs Anne Halloway
£5 Mrs C Greenbank
£5 Mrs Clare Berryman
£5 Mrs Daphne Beal
£5 Mrs Geraldine Everett
£5 Mrs H Dixon
£5 Mrs J Appleby
£5 Mrs J Bothamley
£5 Mrs J C Ashton
£5 Mrs Joan Mossop
£5 Mrs K Jackson
£5 Mrs M A Hunnisett
£5 Mrs M Beck
£5 Mrs M Caunce
£5 Mrs M P Cowles
£5 Mrs R Mercer
£5 Mrs R Schwandt
£5 Mrs S Foster

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 1st March 2018

Prize Winner
£1,000Mr M Watson
£100Mr P J and J Widdows
£50Mr J Warriner
£50Paul Morris
£25Mr Stephen Alger
£25Sheila Entwistle
£20Mr C Lemm
£20Mr Colin Homer
£15Mr S Naylor
£15Mrs Susan Just
£10Ian Brewer
£10Mr & Mrs D Spencer
£10Mr & Mrs J Catterall
£10Mr A O Maclennan
£10Mr Alan Sorsby
£10Mr C B Appleby
£10Mr Garry Alty
£10Mr Ian Hamer
£10Mr N Irving
£10Mr Rob Jackson
£10Mr Robert Elsby
£10Mrs McEwan
£10P A & S Snape
£5Benjamin Wood
£5Lancashire Lettings
£5Mr & Mrs I Fletcher
£5Mr & Mrs W F Wood
£5Mr A Howarth
£5Mr Anthony Dunbar
£5Mr B Johnson
£5Mr D Haworth
£5Mr D Ratcliffe
£5Mr David Winder
£5Mr Eric Compton
£5Mr Graham Neil Bradbury
£5Mr J Dodds
£5Mr Juilian Sedgewick
£5Mr Kevin Bullen
£5Mr Kevin Bullock
£5Mr M S & M C Stephenson
£5Mr Melvyn Ward
£5Mr Michael Rice
£5Mr N Cox
£5Mr P Bennett
£5Mr P Butler
£5Mr R C Hensahw
£5Mr S Devalle
£5Mr T Craddock
£5Mr T N Richardson
£5Mrs A Heatley
£5Mrs B Bolton
£5Mrs Barbra Lee
£5Mrs Deborah Taylor
£5Mrs Diane Glover
£5Mrs Helen San
£5Mrs J Metcalf
£5Mrs J Thomas
£5Mrs J Wright
£5Mrs Jenny Meachem
£5Mrs L Stewart
£5Mrs Laura Hackett
£5Mrs Lucas
£5Mrs M Taylor
£5Mrs M Wilding
£5Mrs S Dickinson
£5Mrs S Gahan
£5Mrs S Hutton
£5Mrs Susan Rigby

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 8th March 2018

Prize Winner
£1,000Mrs A Butters
£100Chorley F.C.
£100Mr James Adam
£50Miss P Manley
£50Mr Roger Mossop
£25Mr P Shannon
£25Mrs S Simkins
£20Mr S W Whalley
£20Mrs C E Connor
£15J Griffiths
£15Mrs C Chalke
£10Miss L A Dixon
£10Mr & Mrs A J Aldridge
£10Mr Andy Jones
£10Mr B Ball
£10Mr D Critchley
£10Mr G Clinning
£10Mr J H Wilson
£10Mr P Balcombe
£10Mr R & Mrs E Kellett
£10Mrs Annie Baxter
£10Mrs G Neisser
£10Mrs Maureen Stains
£10Mrs Nyssa Graham
£10Ms Lois Taylor
£10P A Bawdon
£5Annette Nightingale
£5M Jackson
£5M Yates
£5Miss J C Harris
£5Mr A Smith
£5Mr A Turner
£5Mr Alan Bateman
£5Mr D Macnaughton
£5Mr D Winder
£5Mr E J Wilkinson
£5Mr G Barlow
£5Mr Graham Webber
£5Mr J Hall
£5Mr J Jackson
£5Mr J Ludlam
£5Mr J P Cottam
£5Mr Martin James
£5Mr Norman Levett
£5Mr P Clayton
£5Mr P R Finley
£5Mr R Cross
£5Mr R Exley
£5Mr R Hindle
£5Mr S Purkis
£5Mr S R Cooper
£5Mr Steve Dewhurst
£5Mr T Halliday
£5Mrs C Crouch
£5Mrs D S Cooper
£5Mrs Daphne Beal
£5Mrs H Smith
£5Mrs I Atherton
£5Mrs J Holmes
£5Mrs Joan Nicholson
£5Mrs K Meikle
£5Mrs M Cronshaw
£5Mrs M Cunliffe
£5Mrs M Gaskill
£5Mrs M Millar
£5Mrs P Reaney
£5Mrs S Billington
£5Mrs V Driver
£5P Dalgleish
£5P R Heywood
£5R Hoyle

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 15th March 2018

Mr R Thorpe£100
Mrs B Hill£50
Mr J P Boyle£50
Mr Jim Cattermole£25
Mr Nicholas Dowdy£25
Mrs A Harwood£20
Mrs A Nolan£20
Mrs J Nichol£15
Mr Stuart Clayton£15
Mrs G Marshall£10
L Valentine£10
Lancashire Lettings£10
Mr & Mrs P A Collins£10
Mr Cooper£10
Mr J Melrose£10
Mr K Bass£10
Mr T Medcroft£10
Mrs C E Hornby£10
Mrs J Appleby£10
Mrs J Wales£10
Mrs J Warren£10
Mrs N Gledhi£5
D Cash£5
Lynne Armitstead£5
Mr & Mrs J L Tallo£5
Mr A G Jones£5
Mr A N Davies£5
Mr A Wilson£5
Mr Brendan Dickinson£5
Mr D Gaskell
£5Mr D Higham
£5Mr D Ratcliffe
£5Mr Dave Topping
£5Mr David Foskett
£5Mr David J Dolan
£5Mr G J Bretherton
£5Mr J Crate
£5Mr J Ellis
£5Mr J Moore
£5Mr John E Baker
£5Mr K Hoyle
£5Mr M Mansell
£5Mr M Wall
£5Mr Michael Molyneux
£5Mr P Barrie
£5Mr P Snape
£5Mr P T Smith
£5Mr R Cook
£5Mr Stephen Vaughan
£5Mrs A Beaton
£5Mrs Annette Ward
£5Mrs C Messent
£5Mrs D Davis
£5Mrs D M Walker
£5Mrs Doreen Williams
£5Mrs Elizabeth Howarth
£5Mrs G W Bee
£5Mrs J E Jamieson
£5Mrs Jacqueline Williams
£5Mrs Joan Wiggins
£5Mrs L K Sturzaker
£5Mrs Laura Conroy
£5Mrs M Taylor
£5Mrs Sarah Charnley
£5Mrs Sarah Preston
£5Ms Josephine Cleminson
£5Y Stott

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 22nd March 2018

£1,000Mr G Fairbrother
£100Chorley F.C.
£100Mr N Cox
£50Mrs C Worswick
£50S Trafford
£25Mr A J Baron
£25Mrs Kalpana Parmar
£20Mr David Tierney
£20Mrs D Isles
£15D Horn
£15Mrs E Munro
£10Mr A Audley
£10Mr D Croasdell
£10Mr David Keyhoe
£10Mr Derek Burge
£10Mr G Dyer
£10Mr J P Cottam
£10Mr R Butler
£10Mr Richard Prescott
£10Mrs J R Hothersall
£10Mrs Julie Mary Jackson
£10Mrs P Bettess
£10Mrs W Robertson
£5C Cunniam
£5Miss A Dunkerley
£5Miss Sandie Dearden
£5Mr A A Cunliffe
£5Mr A G Ford
£5Mr A Ogden
£5Mr D Evans
£5Mr D Ratcliffe
£5Mr Doug Atkinson
£5Mr Eric Wignall
£5Mr I Stringfellow
£5Mr Ian Tyers
£5Mr J Adams
£5Mr John Paton
£5Mr Kevin Bermingham
£5Mr Kevin Swift
£5Mr M Harner
£5Mr Michael Hall
£5Mr Michael Hindle
£5Mr Norman R Farnworth
£5Mr P Clarke
£5Mr R Graham
£5Mr Robin Bickers
£5Mr Stephens
£5Mr W Seed
£5Mrs A Kemple
£5Mrs A Rotheram
£5Mrs Bullen
£5Mrs C Cookson
£5Mrs Christine Flood
£5Mrs D Steel
£5Mrs D Thomas
£5Mrs J A Bond
£5Mrs J Booth
£5Mrs J Croly
£5Mrs J Sharkey
£5Mrs J Taylor
£5Mrs M Rogers
£5Mrs Pauline Hart
£5Mrs R Fitchie
£5Mrs S Carson
£5Mrs S Whittam
£5Mrs Trudy Forest
£5R Teare
£5S J Warnes

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 29th March 2018

Prize Winner
£1,000Mr P Clarkson
£100Chorley F.C.
£100Mr Philip Burrows
£50Mr B Catt
£50Mrs B Higginson
£25Dorothy Hampson
£25Mr Philip Crowe
£20Mr Brian Walker
£20Mr Michael Hall
£15Dr Malgorzata Lutaaya
£15Mr F Stanley
£10Miss D Shepherd
£10Mr A Cooper
£10Mr A Murch
£10Mr Andy Levett
£10Mr D Gaskell
£10Mr Frederick Seed
£10Mr G Kane
£10Mr Keith Brierley
£10Mr M Sidgreaves
£10Mr Scanlan
£10Mrs P Washington
£10Mrs R Callaghan
£10Mrs R Holland
£10Mrs S A Maddock
£10Sandra Jackson
£5A B Caunce
£5Carpet & Flooring Solutions Ltd
£5D Horn
£5David Slater
£5Lauren Webster
£5M & H Electrical Ltd
£5Miss B Beattie
£5Mr A Briggs
£5Mr A Wilson
£5Mr Adam Brown
£5Mr D Atkinson
£5Mr D Ratcliffe
£5Mr I Huyton
£5Mr Ian Hamer
£5Mr J & Mrs A Sommerville
£5Mr J Godfrey
£5Mr John Waites
£5Mr M & Mrs C Muldoon
£5Mr M & Mrs M Cragg
£5Mr Michael J Harrington
£5Mr Michael Mottershead
£5Mr N Tootell
£5Mr Peter Newton
£5Mr R K Fraser
£5Mr R Plunkett
£5Mr Taylor
£5Mrs Bullen
£5Mrs Carmel Eddy
£5Mrs D Sellers
£5Mrs E A Nuttall
£5Mrs E Anyon
£5Mrs G Geddes
£5Mrs Jane Atkinson
£5Mrs K Bates
£5Mrs L Maxwell
£5Mrs M Daley
£5Mrs Mollie Ward
£5Mrs Pauline Dowson
£5Mrs S Andrews
£5Mrs S Muncaster
£5Mrs S Statham
£5Mrs Z N Wilkinson
£5Ms S Brown
£5P Morton
£5Stephanie McDougall

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 26th April 2018

Prize Winner
£1,000 Mr W Hartley
£100 Mrs S Farrimond
£50 Mr Howard Tattersall
£50 Mrs A Orme
£25 Mr & Mrs T Winstanley
£25 Mr C C Bell
£20 Mr J Scable
£20 Mrs E Lamprell
£15 Mrs J Moulding
£15 P J McBride
£10 Anthony Hurley
£10 Mobility Care Services
£10 Mr Alan Sharples
£10 Mr N Bibby
£10 Mr R G Johnson
£10 Mr R Peaker
£10 Mr William Elliotts
£10 Mrs B Chassar
£10 Mrs J Fazakerley
£10 Mrs M Dalton
£10 Mrs M L Evans
£10 Mrs Mary B Lightfoot
£5 Dr C G Clarke
£5 Dr John Bradley
£5 Dr John Temperley
£5 Miss B Clarkson
£5 Miss E Draper
£5 Mr & Mrs P Wormersley
£5 Mr A Harris
£5 Mr Andy Dyson
£5 Mr B Ball
£5 Mr B Gordon
£5 Mr Barry Ingram
£5 Mr C Collins
£5 Mr C Norton
£5 Mr Carl Brome
£5 Mr Colin Holt
£5 Mr Colin Paynter
£5 Mr D Bothamley
£5 Mr D Greer
£5 Mr Foster
£5 Mr Gary Longshaw
£5 Mr I D Ross
£5 Mr J B Thompson
£5 Mr J S Worthington
£5 Mr M Denning
£5 Mr M Henry
£5 Mr M Turner
£5 Mr Michael Houghton
£5 Mr P D Sudlow
£5 Mr R Butler
£5 Mr R Nightingale
£5 Mr S Allen
£5 Mr T Akroyd
£5 Mrs A J Bland
£5 Mrs Carol Turner-Walmsley
£5 Mrs D Marshall
£5 Mrs D Wilkinson
£5 Mrs I Fielding
£5 Mrs J E Hardcastle
£5 Mrs J Nelson
£5 Mrs M Brown
£5 Mrs M W Mawdsley
£5 Mrs R M Whalley
£5 Mrs Rosemary Lewis
£5 Mrs S Gardner
£5 Sandra Darlington

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 10th May 2018

Prize Winner
£1,000 Mr B Rossall
£100 Mrs B Henry
£50 Annalisa Howarth
£50 Mr H J Wilkinson
£25 Mr M Hunt
£25 Mrs M Bonney
£20 Mrs Josephine Walker
£20 Mrs Karen Lee
£15 Mr Neil Hallam
£15 Peter Ormerwood
£10 Brian Harrison
£10 C Horn
£10 Mr Alan Laws
£10 Mr Alan Stringfellow
£10 Mr E Brimley
£10 Mr John Elliott
£10 Mr Neil Emery
£10 Mr R Jarman
£10 Mrs M A Mainwaring
£10 Mrs Wilkinson
£5 D Hadley
£5 M Jackson
£5 Miss R Hurley
£5 Mr & Mrs J L Tallo
£5 Mr B Hick
£5 Mr Brian Higham
£5 Mr Colin Routledge
£5 Mr D Hobson
£5 Mr Graham Moody
£5 Mr J Caughey
£5 Mr J W Wylie
£5 Mr Luke Darbyshire
£5 Mr M Chester
£5 Mr Nicholas Harbord
£5 Mr P J Ridley
£5 Mr P Sumner
£5 Mr Paul Andrews
£5 Mr Peter Cocking
£5 Mr R Woods
£5 Mr T Craddock
£5 Mr W Bridge
£5 Mr W Walsh
£5 Mrs A Machin
£5 Mrs Anne Rawsthorne
£5 Mrs B F Ashton
£5 Mrs B Turner
£5 Mrs Catherine Jeffery
£5 Mrs Charlotte Speariett
£5 Mrs E Drainey
£5 Mrs Isabella English
£5 Mrs J Booth
£5 Mrs K Eccleston
£5 Mrs K Iddon
£5 Mrs M Horton
£5 Mrs M Middleton
£5 Mrs M Milburn
£5 Mrs M Thornton
£5 Mrs N Rowlands
£5 Mrs S M Hilton
£5 Mrs Swinbanks
£5 Mrs Wendy Conrad
£5 Ms C North
£5 Ms I Jacobs
£5 Ms Wendy Cotterill
£5 Peter Booth Opticians

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 17th May 2018

£1,000Mrs O Yates
£100Mr J Frost
£50Mr Philip Williams
£50Mrs C Crossen
£25Miss Anna Williams
£25Miss E S Mills
£20Me S R Scurr
£20Miss P Ashwood
£15Mr G Potter
£15Mrs Conway
£10Miss Tracy Shackleton
£10Mr Alan Eckersley
£10Mr Geoffrey Pye
£10Mr Helm
£10Mr R McLoughlin
£10Mrs Daphne Beal
£10Mrs Dee Hudson
£10Mrs Ivy Yates
£10Mrs J Fazackerley
£10Mrs J Wilby
£10Mrs M S Whiteley
£10Mrs N A Spry
£10Mrs V E Green
£5D Cash
£5David Heslop
£5Mick Clarkson
£5Miss E M Brierley
£5Miss Rachel Lambert
£5Mr & Mrs A Fullalove
£5Mr & Mrs D Nelson
£5Mr A Flintoff
£5Mr Arthur Procter
£5Mr Barry Barnes
£5Mr Bev Slack
£5Mr Chris Oakley
£5Mr D A Joyce
£5Mr D Caunce
£5Mr David Summers
£5Mr G Worsley
£5Mr HM J Patten
£5Mr John Smith
£5Mr L Walsh
£5Mr M Andrews
£5Mr P Baines
£5Mr Peter Coomber
£5Mr peter Newton
£5Mr R Nairn
£5Mr S Bailey
£5Mrs A Clarke
£5Mrs C Hardacre
£5Mrs C Holt
£5Mrs D E Brown
£5Mrs H A Breakell
£5Mrs H Booth
£5Mrs H W Taylor
£5Mrs J Appleby
£5Mrs J Hughes
£5Mrs M Breck
£5Mrs M Rice
£5Mrs Mary Phillips
£5Mrs Melling
£5Mrs P J McWilliam
£5Mrs S Gray
£5Mrs S Gray
£5Ms Angela Hamilton
£5Ms L Sibbald
£5W Mount
£5Yvonne Robinson

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 24th May 2018

£1,000Frederick's Ice Cream Ltd
£100Chorley F C
£100Mr & Mrs A R Blues
£50Mrs C Leigh
£50Mrs L Connolly
£25Mrs Anne Goodrum
£25Mrs B J Ashton
£20Mrs M Whittaker
£20Mrs S Dalby
£15D Jacques
£15Mr Michael Carr
£10K Smith
£10Mr D Greer
£10Mr D Taylor
£10Mr J Hobbs
£10Mr J Hobbs
£10Mr Lowes
£10Mr Michale D Towers
£10Mr Ronald Moss
£10Mrs C Worswick
£10Mrs F M Smith
£10Mrs G Gunby
£10Mrs Josie Makinson
£10Mrs Margaret Tesolin
£10Mrs V Driver
£5G Livesey
£5Karen Durkin
£5Mr A Diggles
£5Mr A Lowes
£5Mr A Morton
£5Mr Christopher Middleton
£5Mr D Rawsthorn
£5Mr D Wilkinson
£5Mr E Smith
£5Mr G Fairhurst
£5Mr G Fell
£5Mr G Moss
£5Mr H Richardson
£5Mr I McCondichie
£5Mr J Abbott
£5Mr J White
£5Mr K Ferguson
£5Mr M Jacques
£5Mr M Schofield
£5Mr Martin Garry
£5Mr Melvyn Ward
£5Mr Michael Grant
£5Mr Neil Fleming
£5Mr P D Benton
£5Mr Philip Davies
£5Mr R W Salisbury
£5Mr Richard Sharples
£5Mr T & Mrs L Singleton
£5Mr T Quigley
£5Mrs D Halliwell
£5Mrs E M McGrath
£5Mrs G Crossthwaite
£5Mrs J Campbell
£5Mrs J Hargraves
£5Mrs Kathleen Woodburn
£5Mrs M Brooks
£5Mrs M Jones
£5Mrs M M Kirk
£5Mrs Margaret Gillies
£5Mrs P McKenna
£5Mrs R Crowley
£5Mrs S Brown
£5Mrs S McCombie
£5Mrs W S Barrett
£5Paul Morris

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 31st May 2018

£1,000Mr C C Bell
£100Mr I Whiteside
£50Mr Eddie Hall
£50Mrs A Hartley
£25M C Haythornthwaite
£25Mrs M Reynolds
£20Mr I Scott
£20Mr J Sanderson
£15B Wells
£15Mrs M Sontag
£10Mr C Shorrock
£10Mr D & Mrs P Bradbury
£10Mr John Prior
£10Mr John Wilkinson
£10Mr T W Love
£10Mrs Crane
£10Mrs H Sherlock
£10Mrs Jan Wilson
£10Mrs Julie Durband
£10Mrs M C Gillies
£10Mrs R Fitchie
£10Ms L Mallinson
£10North West Domestic
£5A E Day
£5Dave Hogg
£5Miss J Town
£5Mr & Mrs P Ashcroft
£5Mr A Hannan
£5Mr A T S Jones
£5Mr Barrie Gillingham
£5Mr Barry Larkcom
£5Mr C Ronksley
£5Mr D A Arnold
£5Mr D Gaskell
£5Mr F J Armstrong
£5Mr G Penketh
£5Mr George Urquhart
£5Mr H L Abram
£5Mr J Ashworth
£5Mr J W Wylie
£5Mr Jim Proctor
£5Mr Martin Johnstone
£5Mr P Davies
£5Mr P J Scott
£5Mr Peter Park
£5Mr R Baron
£5Mr R G Winnard
£5Mr Thomas Dixon
£5Mrs C Eardley
£5Mrs D M Walker
£5Mrs D Wicks
£5Mrs Denise Gunn
£5Mrs E Hunt
£5Mrs Eileen Colgan
£5Mrs Eleanor M Casey
£5Mrs J Cahill
£5Mrs J Honeychurch
£5Mrs J McLean
£5Mrs K M Walmsley
£5Mrs L Farrington
£5Mrs M Dainty
£5Mrs M Derbyshire
£5Mrs S Nightingale
£5Mrs S Pickthall
£5Ms Catherine Casey
£5Ms Melanie Hibberd
£5P J Walmsley
£5W S Lee

Cardiac Rehab Lottery Winners - 7th June 2018

£1,000Mrs C M Bamber
£100Mr Peter Stewart
£50Jeff Andrew
£50Mrs C A Sutcliffe
£25Mr Derek Gravner
£25Mrs B Sullivan
£20Mr D & Mrs E Birrell
£20Mr John Robinson
£15Miss Anne Hall
£15Mr T McGuigen
£10Miss Tracy Shackleton
£10Mr B Lewis
£10Mr D Campbell
£10Mr D Clitheroe
£10Mr K I Seed
£10Mr Steven Lamoriniere
£10Mr T Hunt
£10Mr T Jacques
£10Mrs Holly Nelson
£10Mrs June Fisher
£10Mrs P Belshaw
£10Mrs S Simkins
£5Allan Armstrong
£5Eleanor Scott
£5F E Parkinson
£5Joyce Helm
£5Miss D Hardwicke
£5Miss Katie Crossthwaite
£5Mr & Mrs D Wilson
£5Mr Alan Spruce
£5Mr C Brown
£5Mr D Bradbury
£5Mr D H Steadman
£5Mr D R Shepperson
£5Mr Derek Helm
£5Mr E Best
£5Mr Frank McLaighlin
£5Mr G McDonough
£5Mr J Grant
£5Mr J Troughton
£5Mr L Walsh
£5Mr M Unsworth
£5Mr P M Dodson
£5Mr P Mockett
£5Mr Peter J Morley
£5Mr R D Clark
£5Mr R Twist
£5Mr Rigney
£5Mr S Allen
£5Mr Tom Howarth
£5Mrs A McGuinness
£5Mrs B Bates
£5Mrs Brierley
£5Mrs D Croston
£5Mrs D Tillotson
£5Mrs Diane Ellison
£5Mrs E Smith
£5Mrs I R Harmsworth
£5Mrs J Gee
£5Mrs J Sewell
£5Mrs K Braithwaite
£5Mrs K Lowe
£5Mrs L Tyrer
£5Mrs M Carr
£5Mrs P Servant
£5Mrs S Atherton
£5Mrs V Nolan

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award helps Cardiac Rehab

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award helps Cardiac Rehab

Cardiac Rehab in Alton has recently received a donation from Ollie Neil, a student at Amery Hill School, who has spent the past three months on a fundraising challenge as part of his Duke of Edinburgh's Award. Ollie raised vital funds for the charity through sponsorship of the 'Three Counties Challenge' event, which he put together to celebrate the charity's 40th anniversary year. He cycled, walked and kayaked in Hampshire, Dorset and The Lake District. Talking about the event, Ollie said "Friends and family members kindly sponsored the event and in total I raised £471." General Manager, Martin Lovell added, "Each year we need to raise £250,000 to continue to help improve the heart health, fitness and wellbeing of those who have and those at risk of heart disease. Currently over £140,000 of that has to be generated through fundraising & events so we are hugely grateful for Ollie's fundraising effort and donation." Anyone wishing to make a donation to Cardiac Rehab should visit

2016 Christmas cards now available

2016 Christmas cards now available

Our Cardiac Rehab Christmas cards are now available to buy, either from the Centre, or from our Alton shop. 

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The Alton Lions / Cardiac Rehab Golf Day

​ Alton Lions Treasurer Mike Baker presented a cheque for £2000 to Cardiac REHAB General Manager, Martin Lovell, as a result of the recent annual Lions / Rehab Golf tournament.  The event raised £1600 for Cardiac Rehab which Alton Lions Club topped up to £2000 for Cardiac Rehab's 40th Anniversary.  This year's tournament was won by Bernard Dunk's "Hims Ancient and Modern" team, pictured with Lion Derek Shaw, the event organiser, and Martin Lovell who presented the competition trophy, together with a winners Lions / Rehab shirt, to Bernard Dunk, Peter Lyons, Colin Russell and Peter Smith.  Alton Lions Club would like to thank to all who played and supported the event particularly the members and staff from Worldham Golf Club.

Why I became an Exercise Instructor

Why I became an Exercise Instructor

I ask myself that very question every day of the week, several times on some days!!!!

I do believe I have the best job in the world, every day is different and every hour is different with different classes and people to teach.

I became a fitness instructor after having a midlife crisis and changing careers, after training as a mechanical engineer. Sport has always played a big part of my life; I was a county runner at school running 400's and 800m. When we moved to Alton, I joined the sports centre and worked out 2-3 times a week. I saw a poster for a triathlon and thought I can do that, so trained about 2 months for it, competed and loved it so much that within six months I had given up my job and was re-training as a fitness instructor.

Cardiac Rehab was a case of right place at the right time. Heart disease has always been close to my heart if you excuse the pun, after losing my mum at an early age to a heart attack. The centre was introduced to me when my late husband was referred here after his heart attack in his late 40's, and was a regular attender to classes and independent sessions. I saw a huge change in him after attending the centre, he got his self-confidence back and believed his life wasn't over and plenty more to live for. About a year after qualifying as a fitness instructor I was asked if I was interested in joining the rehab team, to be honest I wasn't sure to start. I thought I'm not clever enough to do that, but after talking to several qualified instructors I was encouraged to do it. One of the best decisions I have made.

I am very lucky as I don't have a "typical "day, I do different hours and different things every day, some days are long and some are very short. On one day of the week I do teach almost every different class we have on the timetable. I may be looking after our special programmes class with exercisers who may have other comorbidity issues which make exercise challenging. I can then move on to our advanced class where the class have a challenging warm up and circuit class, then later the Intermediate class with a warm up to suit their ability, using the gym equipment and making sure everyone is exercising safely and effectively. I then move onto the independent session where I may be supervising the session, doing an induction on new exercisers and assessment on returning exercisers. I also get involved in the fitness testing of our Staywell exercisers, the booking of inductions of new exercisers and the day to day running of the gym. And yes to answer your question you are my favourite group.

Maggie's Story 'To Fly - To Serve'

Maggie's Story 'To Fly - To Serve'

At 52 Maggie thought her life would never be the same again!

It was June 1996, she was at the height of her career, aircrew with British Airways on the magnificent Concorde, flying supersonic around the world. Maggie had been getting a little breathless, and then suffered classic symptoms of breathlessness and pain. Having been referred by her GP, an angiogram confirmed her worst fears; she had a blocked artery which was not suitable for surgery.

"That was it. I loved my job, I loved Concorde, I'll never fly again!" Maggie was devastated. However having been prescribed medication her GP told her "now get off to Cardiac Rehab, and we will have you flying again." Although Maggie didn't believe her for one minute, that's what she did.

Having completed Phase III and graduating onto Phase IV classes at the Centre, Maggie's fitness continued to improve as did her confidence. When she felt the time was right she approached British Airways, who said, they would welcome her back if she passed the medical assessment. To Maggie's great relief & joy, she passed with an A1 fitness rating. She re-joined her colleagues on Concorde and continued her flying career until she retired, following her last flight on Concorde in September 1998.

Maggie's story isn't unique but highlights that heart disease doesn't have to be the end of a story but merely a punctuation. Her story shows the benefits of the programmes we run here at Cardiac Rehab, and if you have heart disease, or you have any of the risk factors that put you at risk, now is the time to get in touch and see how we can help improve your heart health.

London to Paris Bike Ride

London to Paris Bike Ride

​Sandra Letford, Deputy Health Programme Manager / BACPR Exercise Instructor, completed the London to Paris Bike Ride at the beginning of September.  The challenging route covered approximately 240 miles through picturesque English and French rural landscapes finishing at one of the world's most iconic structures, the 324 meter high Eiffel Tower.

Thank you to everyone who has sponsored Sandra and helped her to raise the fantastic sum of just over £2,000!

The Breeze Radio Community Kick Start Fund

The Breeze Radio Community Kick Start Fund

​Cardiac Rehab would like to thank Chrissie Pollard who on Breeze radio on Monday the 25th July announced that Cardiac Rehab would be the recipient of £300 from the Community Kick Start Fund, to support a new entrant to the Staywell Programme. 

Cardiac Rehab are very grateful for the award, it will make a real & positive contribution to helping the Charity achieve its objectives. Cardiac Rehab would encourage other organisations to apply to Chrissie Pollard and the Community Kick Start programme for an award, information can be found on the Breeze Radio website.

Sandra Letford is cycling from London to Paris

Sandra Letford is cycling from London to Paris

Fundraiser profile page on BT MyDonate

For further information and to sponsor Sandra please follow the link below.

The Murder Mystery Supper

The Murder Mystery Supper

​A huge thank you to The Rebus Players for a gripping Murder Mystery at the Cardiac Rehab Centre, on Saturday 25th June 2016.  

Also, thank you to Keith and Paulette Murray for the outstanding organisation and superb supper.

A fantastic £1,660 was raised for Cardiac Rehab!

Charity Dog Walk along The Basingstoke Canal with an optional Pub lunch!

​The Welly Boot Club of Basingstoke have chosen Cardiac Rehab as one of their Charities for the coming year.  If you would like join their Charity Dog Walk , details below, then please leave your name at reception. Tel. 01420 544794 Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

"We hope you are able to join us on our walk on Sunday 10th July. The plan is to meet at the Basingstoke Canal car park opposite the Barley Mow pub Address: The Hurst, Winchfield, Hampshire RG27 8DE. Telephone: 01252 617490. With a walk along the canal to the Dogmersfield estate by the Four Seasons Hotel. A swim in Tundry Pond for the doggies that want to and then continue on to the canal to make a circle back to the car park, then into the Barley Mow for a pint and/or lunch. Opening hours are 10 -4 for food and until 10.30 for drinks. Set off time of 11.30 as the walk takes 1 ½ hours and is 3 miles."

New Trustee, Jonathan Pickering, is raising funds for Cardiac Rehab!

New Trustee, Jonathan Pickering, is raising funds for Cardiac Rehab!

​On Sunday 3rd July our new trustee, Jonathan, is taking part in the Farnham Charity Cycle Ride.  He will cycle 50 miles around Hampshire, starting and finishing in Farnham.

Congratulations to Chris!

Congratulations to Chris!

Congratulations to Cardiac Rehab Graduate, Chris Matcham, who came 2nd in the West Country Scythe Championships at the weekend. 70 year old Chris, who had quadruple heart bypass surgery in 2008, and who has exercised regularly at the Cardiac Rehab Centre ever since, was runner up in the vintage class. Well done Chris!

Vote for Us! Sainsbury's Local Charity of the Year

Vote for Us! Sainsbury's Local Charity of the Year

​Please vote for Cardiac Rehab to become Sainsbury's Local Charity of the Year. Simply click on the link below or pop into the Alton store and place the orange coins in our slot. The voting station is next to the Customer Service Desk.... You don't even have to buy anything! 


Sainsbury's Local Charity of the Year

Help us make a difference. Find out more about the Sainsbury's Local Charity programme for 2016

Part time Receptionist Vacancy

Part time Receptionist Vacancy

Monday 1.00-6.00pm

Thursday 2.30-8.00pm

Plus one Saturday per month, 7.45-11.30am

Holiday and sickness cover as required

Please Tel. 01420 544794

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for an Application pack

Closing date for applications is Friday 1st July 2016

Denise's acceptance speech video

Denise's acceptance speech video

​Winners of Destination Basingstoke 'A Place to be Proud of Awards' at The Haymarket Theatre, 26th May 2016 - Acceptance Speech by Denise Ellis, Centre Manager and Dr Sally Turner, Health Programme Manager. Click below to watch the video!

A Place to be Proud of Awards 2016

A Place to be Proud of Awards 2016

On the evening of Thursday 26th May 2016, Denise Ellis Centre Manager & Dr Sally Turner Health Programme Manager, represented Cardiac Rehab at the "Places to be Proud of" Awards that took place at the Haymarket Theatre in Basingstoke. This is the 13th year of the awards that recognise the contributions made by individuals, groups, organisations, places and initiatives that make a diverse, vibrant community and a great place to live and do business. Individual categories are sponsored by locally-based businesses.

Cardiac Rehab was nominated for the Health & Care Award and from a list of 12, short listed to 3, Cardiac Rehab was chosen by the judges as the recipient of this year's ward.

"This is a tremendous recognition of all the good work that everyone associated with the Charity does". Martin Lovell General Manager of Cardiac Rehab said "I am very proud to say I work at Cardiac Rehab and very proud that the work that everyone associated with the Charity does, from the volunteers, supporters, staff, specialist instructors and Trustees, has been recognised in this very public way".

Heart disease remains one of the biggest killers in the UK with 1 in 4 affected and on average 200 people a day dying from the disease. Cardiac Rehab is dedicated to improving heart health, fitness and the well-being of those affected by and those who are at risk of heart disease. With its programme (Staywell) specifically for those at risk of heart disease, Cardiac Rehab is working to prevent the impact that the disease can have on the individual and their families. The Charities "Have a Heart" Campaign running this year is focussed on raising the awareness of Heart Disease and what Cardiac Rehab is doing to combat it, but most importantly, its about getting more of those individuals who will benefit from the services it offers onto its programmes. The campaign is also about increasing the funds that it raises, to allow it to do its good work and increase the public benefit it delivers.

Cardiac Rehab is aiming to raise £200,000 this year to allow it to expand what it does, and it can only do this through the generous support of the public, as it receives no funding from the NHS, local or National government.

It is great to be celebrating Cardiac Rehab a local success story that has and continues to help so many people within North, Mid, East Hampshire and surrounding areas.

Click here to find out more about Destination Basingstoke

The Big Heart Bike Ride in Vietnam & Cambodia 2017

The Big Heart Bike Ride in Vietnam & Cambodia 2017

​Do you like cycling?

Do you need a new challenge?

Would you like an amazing adventure?

Would you like to get fit?

Do you enjoy making new friends?

Why not sign up for The Big Heart Bike Ride in Vietnam & Cambodia in 2017?  

At the same time as ticking another item of your bucket list you can raise funds for Cardiac Rehab and help to fight heart disease!

In November 2013 The Fairy Bikers took part in The Big Heart Bike in Jordan and raised 23K for Cardiac Rehab!

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to our Spring 2016 Newsletter

Supporting our "Have a Heart" campaign, launched in February, we are taking every opportunity to shout about who we are, what we do, why it's important, and how we are funded. The new look is designed to help get our key messages across. We hope you like it and enjoy the mix of news, information and advice that this edition contains. Please let me know your thoughts, as your feedback is important (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Have a lovely Spring & Summer and please if you are able, enter our Summer Grand Draw with a chance to win £1,000 and helping us to help those who benefit most from the services we offer.

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Martin Lovell General Manager

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Autumn Newsletter 2015

Autumn Newsletter 2015

Would you believe that in January 2016 it will be 40 years since Dr Hugh Bethell started a Cardiac Rehab programme here in Alton? 

Now, that is a milestone not to be missed and we believe it is time to celebrate and shout about the success of Cardiac Rehab. So, 2016 will be our year – a year when we launch "Have a Heart Campaign", a Campaign to promote and celebrate good heart health, and how we can help improve it through exercise. We will therefore be holding a number of events across each month of next year to promote good heart health, have fun, raise funds, and get people involved and supporting Cardiac Rehab. (See some of the events on the back page). Can you help, by completing a challenge to raise funds for us? Do you have time to get involved in organising and running an event to raise funds for us? Can you give time to help us run an event? Then we would very much like to hear from you. For 2016 we have set ourselves the target of recruiting 150 more exercisers and raising £5,000 for each of the 40 years since Dr Bethell started the Cardiac Rehab service. It's a Big Ask, but with your help and support, and by spreading the word we know we can achieve it. 

Why get involved? – 1 in 4 of us will be affected by Heart Disease, an average of 200 people die each day as a result of heart disease. The risk factors include: Physical inactivity, Overweight, Family history of cardiovascular disease, High blood pressure, High cholesterol, Diabetes, Stress / depression. Many of us are at risk or know someone who may be – "Have a Heart" please get involved.

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