Great Yarmouth & Waveney

Cardiac Support Group

Reg`d Charity 1001132

Affiliated with British Heart Foundation

Belton and Browston Football Club

 Millwood Surgery in Bradwell

 Fish Market

St. Mark's Church in Oulton Broad

Here is picture of the equipment purchased by Heartcare. For JPH

Exercise equipment.

Heart rate monitor which has already been used on three patients

It was my pleasure on Friday 30th September 2016 to be presented with a cheque for £500 from Persimmon Homes. Each month every region where Persimmon's has a main office, local charities are able to apply for an award up to £1000 and out of all the applicants two charities are nominated. The scheme is known as the Persimmon Homes Community Champions. Our vice chairman, Pam Randell applied on our behalf back in April and in September her application was successful and we were one of the local lucky nominees! At the presentation I attempted to stress the useful work and support we endeavour to do in our local community and at the James Paget Hospital and hopefully the information I gave will further advance our standing and recognition. We must all thank Pam for her tireless money raising schemes and street collections which all help to keep us buoyant and able to continue our good work. Thanks Pam

The picture shows the recipient of this year's Bursary award, Michael Cox, receiving a cheque for £600 from our patron, Dr Justin Zaman. Michael is a heart failure nurse specialist and has completed an Advanced Life Support Provider course and wishes to use the bursary to complete a two day instructor's course which will enable him to assist with health care and professional training at the JPH and also provide a high standard of recognised teaching in the local community generally.

The photo shows chairman Mary Stamp receiving a cheque for £100 from the Norwich and Peterborough building society. Heartcare was award the donation under their Small Change Big Difference campaign. Charities are chosen to receive the award by customers, colleagues and members of the public.


May 9th 2017

Mary Stamp Chairman

It was my great pleasure at our first meeting to be held at the Hotel Victoria to present General Manager, Adam Greenfield, with a hand held defibrillator. It was obviously well received on behalf of the Hotel and will be kept in the reception area of the Hotel and therefore will be easily accessible if it is ever required.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Adam and his staff for making Heartcare feel very welcome at our inaugural meeting in the function room and we look forward to a pleasant, friendly, working relationship for the future.

June30th 2017

Mary Stamp Chairman

Earlier this year, the committee received a request for a defibrillator for the Kirkley and Pakefield football club which is situated in Walmer Road Lowestoft. The defibrillator is now in place on the outside wall of the club house and readily available, if needed, to all club house users ranging from toddlers to the over 60's walking football group! It is also a useful piece of equipment for the local community as a public footpath runs past the club house. Many thanks to all members for your unfailing support in all we aim to do.

11th August 2017

Mary Colin & Pam


St Luke church Beccles with defibrillator.

10th October 2017

Mary Present

Gorleston cost watch with Defibrillator



May 2018

Mary, Colin, Peter, & Gillian

  Present Latest Defibrillator to Ellough airfield

June 2018

The latest presentation


Defibrillator to Beccles Guide / Scout Hall