Solihull Heart Support Group
Past Meetings & Events
updated 18/01/09
 Heart Surgeons
Air Ambulance Service
Cardiologists (Heart Consultants)
Coronary Care Unit Nursing Staff
St. Johns Ambulance Service
Heart Failure Clinic Nursing Staff
General Practitioners
Spiritual Healing
Exercises for Heart Patients
British Heart Foundation
Cardiac Catheter Lab Nursing Staff

Citizens Advice Bureau
Cookery Demonstrations (Healthy Eating)
Local Historian
Crime Prevention
Leisure Walks
Fire Prevention
Fuschia Growing, Orchid Growing & Floristry
After-dinner Speaker
New Year Supper Dance & Quiz Nights
Historic Gardens Talk
Victorian Police Records
Local Travel & Holidays Organisers
Hanging Basket Demonstration
Cake making, Sausage making
Guided town walk - Stratford, Alcester
Glen Miller - Life & Times
Social Evening - Meals & Natter
Shakespeare Express Steam Trains
Theatre visit

Weekend Holiday Breaks

Jan 1999 - Holme Lacy, Herefordshire
Feb 2000 - Bodelwyddan Castle Hotel, North Wales
Feb 2001 - Thoresby Hall, Nottinghamshire
Feb 2002 - Cricket St.Thomas, Somerset
Feb 2003 - Holme Lacy, Herefordshire,
Feb 2004 - Littlecote House, Berkshire,
Feb 2005 - Nidd Hall, North Yorkshire,
Feb 2006 - Cricket St.Thomas, Somerset

At the popular Warner Holiday Venues.

Members had the opportunity to socialise, excercise or just relax..


.....enjoying the red wine!


....exercising with table tennis


.....and receiving archery tuition.


They were great weekends.

Members enjoyed the full range of Warner activities, others explored parts of the surrounding countryside & local attractions.

Meal Time on a Weekend Break

Table Tennis


Group Day out in Stratford travelling by Steam Train

A number of members & their families, enjoyed a day out in Stratford with a difference...

The party travelled on the "Shakespeare Express" a regular summer steam train service.

The journey enabled members to enjoy good views of the leafy Warwickshire countryside.

At Stratford, members' family groups did their own thing enjoying the variety of attractions that the town has to offer.

The return journey to Birmingham thrilled young and old as the train raced back at express speeds!
The Shakespeare Express

Members Pose by The Steam Engine