Lincolnshire Co-op held their Lincolnshire Health Walks Celebration day on Friday the 6th September. A great success as ever a lovely place at Woodland waters Ancaster. Walk leaders attended from all over the County, all our 12 walk leaders were there and we had a great time. Thanks to the Lincolnshire Co-op for all their hard work putting the event on.
Saturday the 31st August saw us at Skegness having our annual Tombola stall at the Hildred centre in aid of the British Heart Foundation. People at Skegness didn’t disappoint us and they were there as soon as we set up and by 2.30pm all our 200 items were gone and we raised £347.16. Thank you to everyone who came along to support us and to the helpers and the people who donated all the items and to the Hildred Centre for allowing us to have a stall there.
Members of the group and two of the cardiac nurses went along to the Big Night Out at Skegness on Monday evening the 19th August. The Wonder Circus every year hold a Charity evening where all proceeds go to charity. The money raised this year will be going to East Lindsey Heart Support Group, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Prostate Cancer UK and Wainfleet Flood Appeal. It was a great evenings entertainment and we all enjoyed ourselves.
Once again we are on the move on a lovely sunny day across the Humber Bridge to Hull. We had our trusty guide Peter who not only took some of us around Hull but produced maps and information sheets for everyone. So many great museums and of course Hull Minster. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Thanks once again to Peter. Looking forward to our next day away.
On Sunday 14th July it was the annual Spilsby Show. The Heart Support Group had a stall (a children’s lucky dip) It was a lovely day and by 2pm all our 220 items were gone. All the proceeds are for the British Heart Foundation. As well as lots of children we had grandparents and the Town Crier came to see us. During the afternoon we were all delighted to see the Lancaster Bomber doing a fly over. Thanks for all our members who came along and helped on the day and thanks to the Spilsby show committee for another great show.
Wednesday the 3rd of July was our Annual BBQ, we were all keeping an eye on the weather and hoping it would be fine, our prayers were answered and we had a lovely sunny afternoon and evening. We had 62 people attending and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves, plenty of good food, lots of salads and of course scrumptious desserts. Lots of laughter and being able to catch up with old friends. All waiting for our next event to happen.
With some in-trepidation due to the heavy rain and some flooding we set off for our first trip out this year to Boston” We’ll Meet Again WW2 Museum. Wow what a surprise we all got when we arrived at the museum, what a place so many things to see in the museum. We were welcomed by the owner Paul and Linda and they gave us a talk about how the museum came about. Then we had time to look round before Paul gave us the Blitz Experience, that was really something. Afterwards tea and cake was provided. What a fantastic place everyone thoroughly enjoyed the day.
On Monday the 3rd June Jean held her annual Golf Tournament in memory of her husband Mike. The weather was fine and dry, just right for golf. The winner of the trophy this year was Graham Houlton. On the day Jean raised £250 for the Heart Support Group. Well done Jean and thanks to everyone who took part.
What a lovely day we had on Wednesday the 15th May at the Health & Wellbeing day which was in the beautiful Walled Garden at Baumber Nr Horncastle. The Heart Support Group had a stand along with the cardiac nurses who were kept very busy all day doing blood pressure checks.
On Wednesday the 8th May the weather outside was miserable, cold and wet but inside the Coronation Hall in Woodhall Spa everyone was enjoying an afternoon of dancing and tea and cakes. It was East Lindsey Heart Support Group’s annual Tea Dance and 70 people attended. Lots of lovely cakes , sandwiches and of course scones, along with plenty of dancing provided by ‘Just Colin’. We would like to thank Colin for arranging the music and dancing, everyone who made the delicious cakes and everyone who brought the raffle prizes. On the afternoon we made a profit of £290, this will help with the running of the group.