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West Leeds Stroke Club activities announced

Bramley Elderly Action has published a programme of activities for the West Leeds Stroke Club for February to July 2016.

Bramley Lawn
Bramley Lawn

The Stroke Club is a friendly fortnightly get-together for anyone in West Leeds who is recovering from a stroke. As well as taking part in a range of fun and therapeutic activities you can get information and support from people going through similar issues.

Sessions take place at Bramley Lawn, 10.30-12.30 on alternate Wednesdays (from February 10th) and cost £2.

The programme includes meals, arts and crafts, singing, First Aid, quizzes and more.

Transport is available.

If you would like to join or for more information please call Debbie on 0113 236 1644.



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