Press Releases

Stockport stroke survivors bring life to group’s new premises

Dec 02, 2014 15:11 GMT Stroke Association A support group for stroke survivors in Stockport has brought new life to Kimberley Street Centre, by planting bulbs and seeds to brighten up the area for the local community.

Life After Stroke grows in Preston with new charity allotment

Nov 25, 2014 14:06 GMT Stroke Association Green-fingered stroke survivors and carers in Preston are creating an accessible allotment, to enable the local community to enjoy gardening and grow their own fruit and vegetables.

Stroke survivor finds her voice to perform with charity choir

Nov 06, 2014 13:01 GMT Stroke Association A stroke survivor from Stalybridge has found her voice again, to perform with the Stroke Association’s Community Choir and mark World Stroke Day.

Sunderland stroke survivors enjoy art therapy thanks to donation from daughter in law

Nov 03, 2014 11:08 GMT Stroke Association A local art workshop project for stroke survivors in Sunderland, has launched in the area, after a generous donation from a stroke survivor’s daughter-in-law.

Oct 22, 2014 14:55 BST Legal Escrow Services Limited Elite Capital & Co. Limited (London, UK) won 3rd place in the 2014 award for the “Top 10 Most Influential Companies & Business Destinations” List of 2014.

Stroke survivors provide message of hope for Blackpool stroke patients

Oct 03, 2014 10:50 BST Stroke Association An inspirational mosaic created by a group of stroke survivors has been displayed in Blackpool Victoria Hospital Stroke Unit, as a message of hope for patients during their recovery.

Sep 23, 2014 16:07 BST Bury Council Proposed changes in the way some adult care services are provided will be considered by the council’s cabinet next Wednesday (1 October).

Letter from Hannah Longlands, Communication Support Coordinator - Long Term Support for the Stroke Association in Peterborough

Sep 01, 2014 10:13 BST Stroke Association

Care and Support Alliance: The English public has given a ‘vote of no confidence’ in the care system

Sep 01, 2014 09:46 BST Stroke Association One of the largest ever independent surveys of social care in England shows people back funding increase - Six in 10 people are not confident they will receive sufficient care; that goes up to seven in 10 for over 60s - Two thirds of those aged 60 and over in England believe government should be doing more in this area and less in others

Life After Stroke grows in Rochdale with new charity allotment

Aug 18, 2014 16:19 BST Stroke Association Stroke survivors and their carers in Rochdale can now enjoy gardening and grow their own fruit and vegetables, after a new accessible allotment has officially opened in Rochdale.