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Middleton Heartline Club

Middleton Heartline Club provide a social support to people who have had a heart event.

We have a gym, dance studio and sports hall at our convenience and members can play badminton, exercise in the gym or do armchair exercises.  The armchair exercises are run by professional instructors, and we also employ four therapists for holisitc healing and massages. Social events are also available.

Address:
Middleton Arena, Middleton, M24 1AG
Umbrella org:
British Heart Foundation
Area serviced:
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale
Telephone:
0161 728 5060
Opening times:
Wednesdays & Fridays from 10am till 12pm
Who is it for:
Anyone who's had a heart event.
Sector:
Voluntary

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