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    2016 Golf at Goodwood Community Events Hearts and Smiles Golf Day Charity Boxing Who Dares Wins Challenge Events Tandem Skydive Wight Challenge Southampton Half Marathon Sahara Trek Morrisons Great South Run Hendy Ford Eastleigh 10K Road Race Just Walk 2016 Fundraising Pack Sponsorship Forms Photo Gallery Heartbeat House Heartbeat House Relatives Stories News News GRAND PRIZE DRAW Patient Stories HAIR TODAY GONE TOMORROW FOR WESSEX HEARTBEAT Joshua Jason brave the scissors For darts player 18 year old Joshua Coward and pool player Jason Whitfield it was just another fun New Year s Eve at the Hunters Inn when a challenge neither had expected was laid down by revellers Joshua to have his pride and joy in his long locks shaved off and hirsute Jason to endure a different kind of pain as hairdresser and beautician Zara Matthews waxed his back Both decided cardiac patients supported by the charity Wessex Heartbeat should be the beneficiary of their bravery and the generosity of their friends and the pub s customers raised the grand total of 421 98 over the New Year Charity Chief Executive Alison Farrell was both amused and grateful It was a spontaneous decision by Joshua and Jason which obviously got a lot of laughs at New Year but it was also a fantastic gesture to bring in 2015 with such a great donation to an important cause Our huge thanks go out to both of them and if anyone else thinks they d like to do something similar let us know A bonus for the Charity was a second cheque for 400 given by Richard Blake that was raised at a cricket match at Mottisfont during the summer Richard s daughter was successfully treated at the specialist Wessex Cardiac Centre in Southampton for a heart condition and he is

    Original URL path: http://www.heartbeat.co.uk/article/hair-today-gone-tomorrow-for-wessex-heartbeat (2016-02-13)
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    at Goodwood Community Events Hearts and Smiles Golf Day Charity Boxing Who Dares Wins Challenge Events Tandem Skydive Wight Challenge Southampton Half Marathon Sahara Trek Morrisons Great South Run Hendy Ford Eastleigh 10K Road Race Just Walk 2016 Fundraising Pack Sponsorship Forms Photo Gallery Heartbeat House Heartbeat House Relatives Stories News News GRAND PRIZE DRAW Patient Stories South Winchester Golf Club s drive to support Wessex Heartbeat raises 4 800 The Captain and Club members at South Winchester Golf Club choose Wessex Heartbeat as one of their charities during 2014 they became really inspired by the charity and responded very generously to the tremendous things Wessex Heartbeat are achieving and raised a record sum from all their activities during the year 4 800 of which went to Wessex Heartbeat A charity theme was added to all their big golfing events over the year s everal local businesses Twyford based wine merchants Stone Vine Sun Barlows Butchers in Olivers Battery and Martins Renault in Winchester were very generous with prizes allowing a lot of competition entry fees to go straight to the charity John Hartley the Club Captain during 2014 said The traditional things like golf days and auctions always raise big sums but the things which lifted the total were optional add ons to non charity events These included a Hole in One competition a putting competition counting bunker shots guessing the length of the Captain s drive off the first tee and so on All added a bit of fun and all were very well supported The Events and Community Fundraising Manager Tina Richardson said We were exceptionally pleased to be supported by South Winchester during 2014 they have raised such a fantastic amount not only has the club raised so much the members were extremely supportive when we

    Original URL path: http://www.heartbeat.co.uk/article/south-winchester-golf-clubs-drive-to-support-wessex-heartbeat-raises-4800 (2016-02-13)
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    2016 Golf at Goodwood Community Events Hearts and Smiles Golf Day Charity Boxing Who Dares Wins Challenge Events Tandem Skydive Wight Challenge Southampton Half Marathon Sahara Trek Morrisons Great South Run Hendy Ford Eastleigh 10K Road Race Just Walk 2016 Fundraising Pack Sponsorship Forms Photo Gallery Heartbeat House Heartbeat House Relatives Stories News News GRAND PRIZE DRAW Patient Stories Coffee Morning and More raises 1206 In November Violet and Gerald Porter held a Coffee Morning and More in the Appleshaw Village Hall in the hopes of raising funds for Wessex Heartbeat Many of their friends rallied around to help with providing goods to sell and giving practical help with setting up the hall manning the stalls and clearing up afterwards So in addition to the usual refreshments teas and coffees with the option of delicious cheesecake scones with clotted cream and jam and other tray bake delights to accompany them there were stalls selling handmade crafts bric a brac homemade cakes and sweets together with a name the lion competition The raffle featured as star prize a bottle of Bollinger special cuvee Brut along with many other delights But the real star of the show was Gerald who had suffered an aortic aneurysm while on holiday in Dorset last July He was rushed via Dorchester Hospital and Bournemouth General to Southampton Cardiac Department where a team of surgeons and theatre staff awaited his arrival Fourteen hours of surgery followed and after a long stay in intensive care high dependency and finally the cardiac ward he was discharged to recover at home During this traumatic time Violet and their daughter stayed at Heartbeat where they received understanding and compassion from the team there Violet said The Coffee Morning was our way of raising money to help to support Heartbeat House Gerald

    Original URL path: http://www.heartbeat.co.uk/article/coffee-morning-and-more-raises-1156 (2016-02-13)
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    is bright Nicholas was just under 2 years old just before the Christmas of 1995 when he had bronchitis which then developed into bronchiolitis he then had a reaction to antibiotics coupled with chicken pox on New Year s Eve he was admitted to hospital by his GP but was allowed back home and with lots of TLC he recovered little did we know that this infection had damaged the valves to his heart and lungs For many years he continued to have many colds more so starting from about late September October and never seemed quite able to shake them off until the spring summer At the age of 12 he rang me Tracy White to say he felt extremely unwell at the gates of the senior school I took him to his local GP Dr Keightley and after many tests at the surgery was taken by Ambulance to the Southampton General Hospital They could not fathom out how anyone so fit and so young could have breathing difficulties without any history of it being reported After eight hours of tests x rays heart monitoring and bed rest he was diagnosed with a problem with his lungs that stop him being able to process cold air from his lungs and was given a Ventolin inhaler used as required and a Clenil module steroid inhaler that he has to use everyday throughout his life Also it was noted at this time that one side of Nicholas s heart was slightly enlarged Nicholas was monitored every two years until he was 18 and then he was told that the heart had not developed completely but again he should carry on as normal but at 20 he was given the news that he had dilated cardiomyopathy and would be on heart medication for the rest of his life along with the steroid inhalers Nicholas finds the months September March the hardest to cope with and his ability to fight infection coughs colds etc is much harder than for most people of his age We want to raise awareness for this heart condition to show that it is not something that only affects frail unfit heavy smokers etc but it affects young fit athletic people as well Nicholas continues to play competitive football and works out in the gym It has given him the determination to pursue his dream of owning his own clothing brand Buddha Clothing Ltd and adopt a make your own luck attitude A co incidence also occurred when his girlfriends mum Cheryl Horton Powell was diagnosed with the same condition and collapsed at home I am sure most people have seen the articles and television programmes about how her daughter performed CPR and kept her mum breathing long enough for the paramedics to arrive and then her mum coming around from her coma after having her favourite song played to her in intensive care Also Nicholas s football team mate Louie Cross has exactly the same disease and on

    Original URL path: http://www.heartbeat.co.uk/article/david-and-sami---abstaining-in-february (2016-02-13)
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    Past Projects The Young Adult Cardiac Unit Heartbeat Education Centre HEC Ocean Ward Corporate Corporate Charity of the Year Fundraising Volunteer Sponsor an Event Join In Healthy Heart Cause Related Marketing Company Giving Adopt a Room Events Heartbeat Events Dancing with Choirs 2016 Remedy Oak Golf Day 2016 Golf at Goodwood Community Events Hearts and Smiles Golf Day Charity Boxing Who Dares Wins Challenge Events Tandem Skydive Wight Challenge Southampton Half Marathon Sahara Trek Morrisons Great South Run Hendy Ford Eastleigh 10K Road Race Just Walk 2016 Fundraising Pack Sponsorship Forms Photo Gallery Heartbeat House Heartbeat House Relatives Stories News News GRAND PRIZE DRAW Patient Stories Wheatlands Golf Club 9 Hole Team Golf Match A Onesies Fancy Dress on Boxing Day Our thanks to the winning team for selecting Wessex Heartbeat and for the members in raising an amazing amount of 155 00 The Onesies outfits certainly entertained and brought a huge cheer to all at the Club on Boxing Day Good luck to everyone especially Paul Kalem and Kerry Sunter who wanted to support Wessex Heartbeat for the fantastic heart treatment Kalem received in the Cardiac Centre and for Paul and Kerry s stay at Heartbeat House during this

    Original URL path: http://www.heartbeat.co.uk/article/wheatlands-golf-club-9-hole-team-golf-match (2016-02-13)
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    an amazing 2686 Fareham s former Mayor Mayoress boost HIGH5 APPEAL Raising a Fantastic 17206 45 Councillor Dennis Steadman and his wife Carole last year s Mayor and Mayoress of Fareham presented a cheque for 17206 45 for the HIGH 5 Appeal to Wessex Read Fareham s former Mayor Mayoress boost HIGH5 APPEAL Another Brilliant Trip to Guernsey Fingers crossed for a longer lasting rel Alison Ken and Guernsey s own Consultant Cardiologist Samantha Fitzsimmons caught the early flight to Guernsey in the hope of gaining support from Read Another Brilliant Trip to Guernsey Belinda s Dance Academy raises 500 Street dancing for the HIGH 5 Appeal Some time ago Belinda McClory enthusiastically set out to raise money for our HIGH 5 Appeal though some of the many dance events staged by Belinda s Dance Academy Read Belinda s Dance Academy raises 500 Quiz in the Forest 12 teams battled it out at one of Wessex Heartbeat s popular quizzes at the The Forest Inn Pub in Ashurst The teams enjoyed eight rounds of questions followed by a Read Quiz in the Forest Delux Dulux Makeover for Heartbeat House They were fantastic Wessex Heartbeat s accommodation for relatives of cardiac patients was the scene of frenetic activity when 10 enthusiastic volunteers from the Trade Contractor Read Delux Dulux Makeover for Heartbeat House Fingers Crossed Guernsey Will Help A Public Meeting about Heartbeat House Wessex Heartbeat is putting out a call to anyone in Guernsey interested in finding out more about the Charity s Heartbeat House to come to a meeting on 2 Read Fingers Crossed Guernsey Will Help Regginas Gala Dinner raises over 2 000 Generous diners at Regginas Restaurant in Botley supported a Gala Dinner in aid of Wessex Heartbeat and helped to raise over 2 000 for Wessex Heartbeat Read Regginas Gala Dinner raises over 2 000 LITTLE PLAYERS DO GREAT THINGS Eastleigh District Mini Soccer League Under clear blue skies on Remembrance Sunday 20 teams of under 9 s from Eastleigh District Mini Soccer League with over 150 enthusiastic budding Read LITTLE PLAYERS DO GREAT THINGS Mrs Hearty Truly Showed Her Colours Raising a brilliant 3750 It was a fab night of entertainment and humour mixed with the serious business of auctioning off the wonderful big rhinos at the Grand Harbour Hotel Read Mrs Hearty Truly Showed Her Colours Robert s Hallowe en Thank You Robert Shipp of Robert Shipp and Daughter Independent Funeral Directors of Eastleigh organised a Hallowe en party at the Stone s Pub in Eastleigh and raised a fantastic Read Robert s Hallowe en Thank You Jeremy is Rewarded Jeremy Crossman of Romsey is the latest recipient of the Cherida Patchett annual award 2013 Jeremy who has been organising the George Skeates XC Charity Fun Event in Read Jeremy is Rewarded Who Wants to Buy Mrs Hearty Will our rhino find a good owner The Go Rhinos auction of all of the large rhinos that decorated the streets of Southampton over the summer

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    Boxing Who Dares Wins Challenge Events Tandem Skydive Wight Challenge Southampton Half Marathon Sahara Trek Morrisons Great South Run Hendy Ford Eastleigh 10K Road Race Just Walk 2016 Fundraising Pack Sponsorship Forms Photo Gallery Heartbeat House Heartbeat House Relatives Stories News News GRAND PRIZE DRAW Patient Stories News Wessex Heartbeat goes Go Rhino It s official Wessex Heartbeat has been chosen as a charity partner of Marwell Zoo s exiting Go Rhino project which will charge into Read Wessex Heartbeat goes Go Rhino 5 of the best Definitely the best A fantastic fundraising evening at The Brook in Southampton all organised by RUFUS STONE S own Malc Eyers and his wife Heather Four great bands and a Read 5 of the best Definitely the best Sometimes it is good to look like the back of a bus LUCKETTS TRAVEL based in Fareham made it possible for the HIGH 5 Appeal to have the biggest and most eye catching advertisement on the back of one of its Read Sometimes it is good to look like the back of a bus Shelley kicks off her heels to pick the winners Powerboat champion and HIGH 5 Champion Shelley Jory Leigh closely watched by

    Original URL path: http://www.heartbeat.co.uk/wessex-heartbeat-news/2013/1 (2016-02-13)
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    Volunteer Sponsor an Event Join In Healthy Heart Cause Related Marketing Company Giving Adopt a Room Events Heartbeat Events Dancing with Choirs 2016 Remedy Oak Golf Day 2016 Golf at Goodwood Community Events Hearts and Smiles Golf Day Charity Boxing Who Dares Wins Challenge Events Tandem Skydive Wight Challenge Southampton Half Marathon Sahara Trek Morrisons Great South Run Hendy Ford Eastleigh 10K Road Race Just Walk 2016 Fundraising Pack Sponsorship Forms Photo Gallery Heartbeat House Heartbeat House Relatives Stories News News GRAND PRIZE DRAW Patient Stories News Two of Salisbury s Best take Wessex Heartbeat as Charity of the Year We are absolutely delighted that Salisbury Chamber of Commerce and The Salisbury Journal are both taking Wessex Heartbeat as Charity of the Year New Chamber President Eliot Read Two of Salisbury s Best take Wessex Heartbeat as Charity of the Year FRANK MAKES THE HOUSE SPARKLE Kenny and Becci Youle Daughter and Son In Law of Heartbeat House guest Frank Leonard from the Isle of Wight yesterday made a most welcome donation of high quality Read FRANK MAKES THE HOUSE SPARKLE Glen Captures the Essence GET YOUR HIGH 5 VARIETY SHOW PHOTOGRAPHS Ace photographer Glen Jevon captured the essence of the HIGH 5 Variety Show with more than 500 great photographs Wonderful mementos for everyone To browse and buy go Read Glen Captures the Essence Driving High in Support of the HIGH 5 APPEAL Friends and colleagues of the late Andy Kernoghan at DP World Southampton organised a golf day in his memory at Chilworth Manor Golf Club and due to their Read Driving High in Support of the HIGH 5 APPEAL Standing Ovations for the HIGH 5 Variety Show at the Mayflower Audiences were delighted by the fantastic display of young talent at the HIGH 5 Variety Show at

    Original URL path: http://www.heartbeat.co.uk/wessex-heartbeat-news/2013/3 (2016-02-13)
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