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    By providing health and fitness classes as part of our services, we can improve wellbeing and confidence for our members.

Featured News

  • Balls of Steel Adventure Race Raises Funds For Headway

    Balls of Steel Adventure Race Raises Funds For Headway

    The Balls of Steel Adventure Race event took place on Sunday 31st January this year with 120 brave runners participating in the unique winter challenge.  Starting at St Catherine’s breakwater, the  participants braved the muddy conditions throughout the route. Headway Jersey worked with a team of fantastic volunteer marshals who cheered on the runners and directed them onwards, providing … Continue reading

    2016 – Moving Forward with our Services

    2016 – Moving Forward with our Services

    “Following the success of our Rehabilitation Programmes we have decided to focus more time on these initiatives. From the beginning of the year the opening times in the week have been changed to allow us to increase opportunities for our members. The centre now opens much longer on Mondays and Wednesdays for any members who … Continue reading

    Lucky 7 Running to Raise Funds

    Lucky 7 Running to Raise Funds

    On Sunday 24th April a team of 7 local runners will be taking part in the 2016 Virgin London Marathon, raising much needed funds for Headway Jersey. Chris Bell, Ashley Bouteloup, Hannah Chaytor, Carrie Cummins, Nigel Godfrey and Audrey Walker have been busy training to complete one of the world’s most prestigious marathons. To add … Continue reading

    Headway Heroes Take Action for Brain Injury

    Headway Heroes Take Action for Brain Injury

    Headway Heroes Take Action for Brain Injury Awareness With their Around the Rock Challenge Tony Abraham and Cameron Arnell will be rowing and cycling the equivalent of 11 times around Jersey in the centre of town from 18th – 24th May in aid of Headway Jersey.  Both Tony and Cameron are brain injury survivors and have … Continue reading

  • Action for Brain Injury Week 2015

    Action for Brain Injury Week 2015

     ‘Some Days are Better than Others’ Action for Brain Injury Week – 18th May to 24th May Coming to terms with an acquired brain injury is tough and that is before the recovery process has even begun. Life for the individual, family and friends will never be the same again. The time scale of recovery varies … Continue reading

    Hats4Headway Day – 22nd May 2015

    Hats4Headway Day – 22nd May 2015

    This year, Action for Brain Injury Week takes place from 18th – 24th May and our annual Hats4Headway Day will take place on Friday 22nd May. We are hoping as many islanders as possible will join in on the fun and help us to raise funds and awareness! There are lots of fun and easy … Continue reading

    Swindon Male Voice Choir

    Swindon Male Voice Choir

    We are delighted to announce that the Swindon Male Voice Choir will be performing on Thursday 28th May, in aid of Headway Jersey. The Swindon Male Voice Choir has over 55 members who all thoroughly enjoy singing and harmonising to produce a beautiful sound and perform a range of our favourite songs – from classic … Continue reading

    Headway Hero Conquers Kili

    Headway Hero Conquers Kili

    Harry McAlinden undertook his exceptionally physically demanding challenge on  Monday 23rd January 2015,  successfully running up and down Mount Kilimanjaro in well under 24 hours in aid of Headway Jersey. The longstanding Headway Jersey supporter, aged 56, completed the challenge in just 18 hrs 30 mins, a phenomenal 5 and a half hours quicker than anticipated. Harry’s … Continue reading

  • 250 Club 2015

    250 Club 2015

    The Headway Jersey 250 Club will be running again this year! Last year we completely sold out – so get your tickets soon! Get involved and be within the chance to win 5 prizes every month of £100, £50, £25, £15 or £10!!!! Each of the 250 tickets is just £20 and you will be entered … Continue reading

    Hats4Headway Day May 2015

    Hats4Headway Day May 2015

    Hats4Headway Day  – Friday 22nd May  This year’s Action for Brain Injury Week will take place from 18th – 24th May. Our theme is due to be announced very soon, however, we are already busy planning away! Friday 22nd May of this year is Hats4Headway Day and we would be delighted if you would join … Continue reading

    Skate, Rattle & Roll!

    Skate, Rattle & Roll!

    Headway Jersey are delighted to be teaming up with the Jersey Royal Rollers to host a fabulous fundraising 1950’s retro night this Easter. Join us on Saturday 4th April at the Flag & Whistle Cafe on Springfield Road for a fun packed night of dining and dancing, Promising competitions, games, bingo and a raffle – cocktails, cupcakes,milkshakes and roller skates! … Continue reading

    Be More Active!

    Be More Active!

    Healthy Body Healthy Mind Headway Jersey member and supporter Cameron Arnell has set himself a brand new challenge for 2015 aiming to encourage other survivors of brain injury to become more active. Cameron firmly believes that increasing fitness levels can considerably assist the recovery process. Research studies have shown that exercise can help to reduce … Continue reading