Wednesday, 30 January 2008

Time flies and Stroke Club Details

Another week nearly gone my how time flies, one or two things have happened of interest well I think so. My new camera is working well it's a Canon 400D and a good friend has been showing me how to edit my photo's as should be done when taken in Raw as well as JPG. I may get round to putting some on here one day, the last lot were in London out side parliament and inside St Pancras Station the statues clock and shops.

I also took some of the Holderness Stroke Club's Christmas Lunch in Withernsea just a few day's before the 25th December 2007, the club has been going for some time now and is getting better with every month that passes, the membership is between 12 and 15 but more should join over the coming year, it is held on the third Tuesday of each month in the Shores Centre Withernsea right on the sea front and we have a great view of the north sea, and really good lunches are served down stairs the menu is quite varied and healthy. At the last meeting I asked to become a full member and that was OK'd much to my pleasure. They now do most things themselves and that's how it should be run by themselves for themselves and for the benefit of all members. In the beginning they have had help from the Hull and East Riding Stroke Service Community Stroke Team and still do get help from two members of the Hull and East Riding Stroke Service User/Carer Group. There are now 11 stroke clubs in Kingston upon Hull and The East Riding of Yorkshire they are as follows

KNOWN STROKE CLUBS IN KINGSTON UPON HULL

OK STROKE CLUB
First MONDAY in the month at 11.30am – 1.30pm
Venue: Goodfellowship Inn
Cottingham Road, HULL


MASTERSTROKES
2nd Wednesday of each month 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Venue: Commonwealth Homes Community Centre Burniston Road, HULL


STROKES – R – US
“Self Help Stroke Survivors Group”
Meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Venue: “Four in Hand” Holderness High Road, HULL


STROKE CLUB JUNIORS
THIS IS A NEW GROUP FORMED FOR THE NEEDS OF THE YOUNGER STROKE SURVIVORS AGED 65 and UNDER.
Meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month, between 1pm –3pm
Venue: Avenues Hotel, Chanterlands Avenue, HULL

KNOWN STROKE CLUBS IN EAST YORKSHIRE

BEVERLEY STROKE CLUB
Meets once a month 1st Wednesday of each month.
Time: 1200 – 1400.
Venue: Changes Monthly


BRIDLINGTON STROKE CLUB
Meets on the last Tuesday of each Month
Venue: The Seabirds, 6 Fortyfoot, Bridlington


DRIFFIELD STROKE CLUB
1st & 3rd TUESDAY in the Month 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Venue: Blue Bell Public House – Riverhead - DRIFFIELD


GOOLE STROKE GROUP
Last WEDNESDAY in the month at 11.00am – 1.00pm
Venue: Cocktail Lounge, The Vikings


MARKET WEIGHTON STROKE GROUP
2nd Monday of each month 11.00am-1.00pm
Venue Red Lion, High Street,


POCKLINGTON STROKE CLUB
1st Tuesday of each month, 1130am – 1.30pm
Venue: Feathers Hotel, Market Place, Pocklington


HOLDERNESS STROKE CLUB
Meeting held on 3rd Tuesday of each month 1100 - 1300
Venue: Shores Centre, Seaside Road. Withernsea
If you need contact details of the clubs please leave your phone number in the comments section of my blog and I shall contact you.

5 comments:

Keith said...

Hi Brian, it's Keith.
Thank you for advertising the Stroke Club details for Hull & East Yorkshire. It's a pity that the people we've ask to advertised these details HAVEN'T. These detail should be advertised in most GP's, Libraries, Community Centre etc, etc. Information that has been forward, and used to fill rubbish bin or just filed in "ROOM 101" Anyway, would you remind people, that ALL Stroke Clubs are not only for the Stroke Survivor, but there Carers, Partners, Spouces, all of which could/would benefit from the access available to further support groups for most stroke related illnessess, or just general inquiries and help.
Keep up the good work, no doubt I'll be in touch.

Brian said...

Hi Keith, thanks for that will do as you ask and say a bit more about the stroke clubs and say that they are there for all who have to care for stroke survivors not just the survivors themselves. They should be advertised a lot more by the NHS or PCTs in our area as the work they do, does, help keep survivors carers and family out of hospital I am sure about that in a lot of cases.
Brian

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