involved is the quarterly newsletter for all Stroke Association volunteers where we share news, views and opinions. The current issue of involved can be found by clicking in the download document window below.
involved is a great way of sharing information, however, it is also a place where everyone can share their experiences of volunteering and contribute articles.
If you would like to submit anything for future issues of involved please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or The Editor - involved, Stroke Association, 6th Floor, St James's House, Pendleton Way, Salford, M6 5FW.
29 May 2013
This popular half marathon is now in its sixth year. The course starts and ends in Hyde Park and goes through four of London’s Royal Parks.
The run will take you past some of London’s most iconic views including Buckingham Palace and the London Eye. Although undulating in parts, the course is not hilly and is great for either experienced or first time half marathon runners.
Golden Bond places
Places have now closed for this event.
If you have been lucky in the ballot and have secured your own place we would be delighted to welcome you to Team Stroke! Simply complete the Own Place online form and we'll be in contact with you soon.
All members of our running team will receive:
- Our fabulous technical Stroke Association running vest
- A 18-week training plan
- A full fundraising guide
- A weekly emails with top training and fundraising tips
- All the help and support you could need from our experienced team
- Amazing support on the day
For more information please contact the events team on 020 7940 1359 or email email@example.com
DateSun, Oct 12 2014
South Reading Youth & Community Centre
252-260 Northumberland Avenue
Thursday 10.00am - 12.00 noon
Stroke Association Voluntary Group
120 Cambridge Road
Third Wednesday of each month 11-12.30am
A peer support group for stroke survivors and carers.
Affiliated Stroke Club
The club runs a a 24/7 helpline on 01621 891 007.
The club also runs a Saturday drop-in centre once a week offering advice, information, assistance with forms and benefits, problem-solving and computer/laptop training.
Two mini-buses offer transport to members without other means of travel.
Pub lunches and other social activities are arranged on request.
Please phone the helpline for the current programme with dates.
Centre in Chelmsford, with other accessible venues
01621 891 007
The Mallard Pub
1st Tuesday of the month 6.30 - 8.30pm
01724 344 799
The group provides social support to younger people affected by stroke and their carers.