Join David Warburton MP, and lets try and stop the 'Silent Killer' 22nd April 2017
Rotary Club of Langport and Somerton
In a bid to conquer strokes, those living in the Langport area are invited to a free blood pressure test by the Rotary Club of Langport and Somerton and the Stroke Association, on Saturday 22nd April, in the Tesco's car park in Langport. Please come along between 10am and 2pm to test your blood pressure.
David Warburton MP will be attending at 10am to offer his support to the event. If you go along you may meet him and possibly raise his blood pressure.
High Blood Pressure remains the biggest risk factor for strokes, contributing to over half of strokes in England. High blood pressure is often referred to as the 'silent killer', because it doesn't present symptoms, and many people have no idea their health may be at risk.
'Know Your Blood Pressure' day on 22nd April is about raising awareness of the link between high blood pressure and strokes. Those living in the Langport area can get their blood pressure professionally checked, and receive information and advice on steps to keep it under control.
Rotary's long term support for the national 'Know Your Blood Pressure' campaign has reached hundreds of thousands of people in the last decade, potentially saving many lives.
These events can play a big role in reducing strokes across the country, and it is clear that high blood pressure is far more common than you would think.
Getting your blood pressure checked is quick and easy, and a 2 minute check could save your life!!
More news from Curry Rivel
The Curry Rivel News Group has apologised for not being able to deliver a paper copy to householders this month due to risk of transferring Corona Virus! Keep safe and stay at home.But the good news is that the Website can provide a digital version here! Through the wonders of technology you can download it, read it or print it, even forward it to a friend by clicking the icon opposite. If...
Every household in the parish should have received a letter from the Community Support Group (sponsored by The Parish Council) providing advice on look out for each other in this challenging time.The letter contained a Green and a Red card to display in a prominent window so that a passer by could see that all is well or that some assistance was required. A walk around the village (not all...
On behalf of the whole team of the Curry Rivel Support Group ( Tony Greenaway, Rev Scott Patterson, Rev Tim Richards, John De Ronde, Laila Sadler and Councillor Peter Goodenough), I would like to thank all those from the village who responded to our initial call for help. Through the hard work of many people, we produced and delivered an emergency help leaflet and red and green cards to the...
Pretty Much Everywhere
Pretty Much Everywhere
Meet Village Green