Dunfermline Heart Town
Dunfermline is a Heart Town
What does this mean? It means that you are part of a community that is actively improving its heart health.
Dunfermline can call itself a Heart Town thanks to a partnership between NHS Fife Community Services - Dunfermline & West Fife, NHS Fife Keep Well Service and British Heart Foundation [BHF] Scotland.
Love your heart
Here at Dunfermline Heart Town we want to help you look after your heart health. You can benefit from BHF Scotland's range of resources and education programmes:
Heart Matters - a free service to help you and your family keep your heart healthy, with a great magazine.
Keeping young hearts beating - a programme for schools, youth groups and nurseries that includes physical activities; Arties Olympics, Ultimate Dodgeball and Jump Rope for Heart.
BHF Scotland needs your help
We can't fight heart disease without your help. That's why your donations and fundraising are vital to BHF Scotland. We've just launched our Mending Broken Hearts Appeal in this, our 50th anniversary year. At the moment there is no cure for a damaged heart. But we believe that research can find ways to mend a broken human heart. Please raise funds to help us fight heart disease.
Join in local Heart Town events (look here for updates), or why not arrange your own fundraising event and ask people you know to sponsor you?
To find our more about any aspect of Dunfermline Heart Town please email BHF Scotland at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0131 555 5891.
Because together we can beat heart disease.
NHS Fife Keep Well Service offers a free heart 'MOT' health check to adults aged 40-64 years resident in Fife's regeneration postcodes. Are you eligible? Check out their website at www.keepwellscotland.com or contact the team via telephone 01383 565160 or email email@example.com