Best Community Organisation 2018

The Phoenix Stroke Club are very proud to have been voted “Best Community Organisation 2018” at the West Sussex County Times Community Awards. The awards are organised in conjunction with Horsham District Council. We received our award at Horsham’s Capitol Theatre on Monday October 15th. You can read more about the awards night here. Thank you … Read more

New support service for couples

Stroke course

A stroke can have a devastating impact on not only the person who has suffered it but also on their partner. The Phoenix Stroke Club is launching an unique service called ‘New Beginnings’ to help couples live better together following a stroke. At the course couples are given a topic to discuss or an activity … Read more

Investing in Volunteers Award

We are proud to receive the Investing in Volunteers Award at a special presentation at Parkside in Horsham.  This is in recognition of all the hard work and dedication of the volunteers who turn up each week and support our members who are all Stroke Survivors.      

Bluebell Railway

The members enjoyed a great day at the Bluebell Railway looking around the museum and eating lunch on the train. Our thanks go to WSCC for providing the money for the specialist transport from Horsham to Chailey where they joined the Bluebell Railway.  

Donation for @Home Estate Agent

Paul Davies from @Home, an on line Estate Agent from Southwater, presented us with a cheque for £150.  One of our volunteers, Ron and his wife Sue, a Trustee at the Phoenix Stroke Club, moved house recently and used @Home as their Estate Agent.  As a policy,  Paul and his team allow their customers to … Read more

September Holiday

A group of members & carers enjoyed our holiday to Bournemouth from 12 to 16 September. It was our fourth visit to the Elstead Hotel and once again, it was excellent with very friendly, helpful staff, good food and service. All the outings went well. We visited Mapperton House & Gardens near Beaminster which is … Read more

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