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Due to unforseen circumstances tomorrows (9th March) meeting will not take place. Apologies for any inconvenience.

YCSGT Grand Easter Raffle

We are holding a Grand Easter Draw to raise funds to provide York Hospital with a mobile heart monitor. This is a vital piece of kit that the hospital does not have enough of to ensure that cardiac patients can be monitored during their stay in hospital,.
The draw will take place on Wednesday 17th April at the Toby Carvery.

1st Prize Use of a Jaguar XE for the weekend courtesy of Inchcape Jaguar York (terms and conditions apply)
2nd prize. £50 discount voucher fro Thomas Cook Clifton Moor York
3rd prize  £30 gift voucher for the Cosy Club York
4th prize. 2 month family membership at Roko Health Club York
5th prize  £25 credit voucher Browns plant nursery, York
6th prize Energi trampoline vouchers
7th prize Lawton Henry hairdressing Walmgate £20 voucher
8th prize Betty’s mystery prize

Inchcape terms and conditions – The driver must be 25 yrs or older and possess a clean driving licence (or maximum 3 points). 2 weeks notice will be required to ensure a car is available. Pick up is 4.00 p.m. on Friday , returning at 9.00 a.m. the following Monday .

Roko terms and conditions – voucher is  for 2 adults and 2 children  under 16 to be activated by 30th June.
Tickets are available from Committee members and all exercise classes.

Art Group

We are hoping to form an Arts Group aimed at mixed abilities which will run at the New Earswick Folk Hall. Classes will be 2 hours and possibly on a Thursday afternoon under the direction of Trish Fletcher (textile and mixed media artist) and Francine Cross (fine arts artist).

Anyone interested in taking part please contact Trish by email – p.r.fletcher13@gmail.com or telephone 01904 490582.

The Group

York Coronary Support Group Trust, a registered charity, was formed in 1988 to provide what is considered to be vital help and support needed by cardiac patients and their families following the patient’s illness and release from hospital. We hope to enable them to return to as normal a life as possible.

The Group forms an essential part of the rehabilitation programme which commences in the Coronary Care Unit of York District Hospital.

If you want to meet other people with ‘heart concerns’ and their families, please come and join York Coronary Support Group, share experiences, glean advice, participate in social events, make new friends and have fun.