Survivors take a Step out for Stroke in Nantwich

The Stroke Association is hosting a Step out for Stroke walk at Reaseheath College, Nantwich on Saturday 4th June. This family fundraising event is open to everyone, regardless of age or ability, and organisers are asking people to register now to take part alongside stroke survivors and their families.

Step out for Stroke is an event for everyone affected by stroke, and can be as long or as short as participants can manage. For stroke survivors, this challenge often marks their first steps since their stroke.

Laura McMullin, Regional Fundraiser at the Stroke Association, said: “We’re looking forward to seeing some truly inspirational people who will be taking their first steps since their stroke, and others who have challenged themselves to achieve new goals on the day.

“Step out for Stroke is a fun walk for everyone, no matter what your age or fitness level, it’s the perfect event to take part in alongside friends and family. It’s a chance to raise vital funds for the Stroke Association, so every step makes a difference, and we want Step out for Stroke 2016 to be our biggest year yet.

“In 2015, we were thrilled to hold 50 Step out for Stroke events across the UK which raised more than £150,000. Join us this year to help even more stroke survivors take their first steps on the road to recovery so together, we can conquer stroke.”

Marie Morgan, event organiser says: “Stroke happens in an instant, but its effects can last a lifetime. Far too many people don’t understand the condition or think it will ever happen to them. We believe everyone affected by stroke should get the support they need to make the best possible recovery.

We’re inviting the whole community to come to this fun day out and help us make it an event to remember. “

Meredydd David, Reaseheath Principal, said: “We are delighted to welcome the Stroke Association and its supporters to our campus and wish them every success with their fund raising event.”

There are more than14,600 strokes each year in the North West and over 157,370 people living with the effects of stroke.

To sign up and find out more about Step out for Stroke visit