Make May Purple 2019

Coffee morning event

Thanks to the generosity of patients and visitors and local businesses who donated cakes and fantastic raffle prizes, our coffee morning raised nearly £1,000 for the Stroke Association! Our special guest, Chloe Meadows from TOWIE, drew the raffle alongside Dr Malik and his team. With live music from singer Maureen Tarler, our visitors enjoyed a free cuppa, delicious cakes and a lot more. As well as having a great time, we hope all our visitors left the event more familiar with the warning signs of a stroke and understanding how they might reduce their chances of having one.

Pictured here is The Only Way is Essex star Chloe Meadows, with our Practice Manager, Moona Malik.

Stroke: what everyone should know

A STROKE CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE. Be prepared in case you ever find yourself in a position to help someone – or even if you think you might be having a stroke yourself.  Stroke is an emergency. If you recognise the signs, dial 999 immediately.

ACT  F A S T :

F = Facial weakness
A = Arm weakness
S = Speech problems
T = Time to call 999!

Supporting the Stroke Association

The Stroke Association welcomes donations which help fund vital services and new research – helping to save lives. If you would like to donate to the Stroke Association, ring 0300 330 0740 or click here.

Learn more about MAKE MAY PURPLE and the Stroke Association