Membership Subscriptions Due March 2021
 
Subscriptions were deferred for six months from September 2020 and are now due.
Payment can be made by cheque as usual or via your bank (BACS) if you prefer – details as follows:
NAME:    YORK CORONARY SUPPORT GROUP TRUST REG CHARITY NO 1011149
SORT CODE:    09-01-51
A/C NUMBER:    94153304
Please use your membership number (on the label on the front of the latest newsletter) and your surname.

YCSGT Exercises

Update

Ray and his gang, assisted by Hannah, have produced  a new DVD of exercises which all members have been sent with the recent newsletter. These exercises are are also available on YouTube if you follow this link:   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLmUudSUURysuORcfkhSetQ/about

New 10 Minute Exercises

Two new ten minute exercise videos from Ray have been produced – please click on the links below

Seated exercise programme – https://youtu.be/EIZYefPXiy8
Standing exercise programme- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vusPkG-lfMU&feature=youtu.be

Both these programmes are also on the Youtube and Facebook sites – Exercise Time with Ray

Vacancy – Publicity Officer 

The purpose of the Publicity Officer is to promote and publicise the work of the charity in order to reach the people who would benefit from membership and/or support the charity, and communicate with existing members.
Responsibilites include: · updating external publicity materials in a timely manner to maximise public awareness · communicating with the media eg local radio, press and TV to publicise specific events · publicising the work of the charity at its’ fundraising events and any other relevant occasions · publicising events for the members of the charity in the newsletter, on the website or by personal communication as appropriate .
For further information please contact Mark Carter  – mark-carter1@live.co.uk.

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.