HeartBeat Support Woking meets on the first Thursday of each month (unless notified otherwise) at the Woking Sea Cadets Centre, Goldsworth Park, from 7:30pm till 9pm. We have a variety of speakers on a wide range of subjects as well as social events throughout the year .
Admission is £1.00 per member and £2.00 per non-member (includes tea/coffee) and we hold a Fundraising Raffle.
HeartBeat Support Woking is open to anyone who has heart problems, but it is hoped that partners, carers, friends and family will also become involved. We extend a welcome to any member of the public within the Woking community and surrounding areas who has an interest in heart related problems.
HeartBeat Support Woking aims to promote a healthy social environment, with a variety of interests, while offering peer support, as well as medical and health education updates, newletters and talks to our members.
Our sister organisation, BraveHearts, offers members the opportunity to maintain their physical fitness through various exercise classes held at Woking Leisure Centre. For those who like fresh air, there are also regular walks around Surrey and beyond which members can take part in. For further information contact Suzanne Lawrence.
The committee (see "Contact Us" page for phone/email addresses)
Tony Duhig Suzanne Lawrence Walter Hulatt (President) (Chairperson) (Vice Chairperson) (Treasurer) Malcolm Jefferies Bernard Storey Euan Fyfe Maurice Hatcher
(Secretary) (Committee) (Committee) Diane Skeel (Committee)
Steve Grierson – in memoriam - click here
Wilf Cousins - in memoriam (below)
‘A long serving committee member and honourary vice president, Wilf Cousins, sadly passed away on the 1 st February 2013. Wilf was a long term supporter of HeartBeat, joining the committee in 2004 as Fundraiser. A role he took very seriously and enthusiastically until ill health forced him to step down. It was with such regard he was held he was then made Honourary Vice President of HeartBeat. One of natures gentlemen, Wilf will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Our condolences go out to his family for their loss.’