St Albans stroke survivor raising money for charity
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St Albans stroke survivor Harvey Astell is holding a charity event in September to raise money for the Stroke Association.
The event is going to be held at the London Road Club on Saturday, September 1 at 6.30pm.
It will include a raffle, bouncy castle, face-painting, live music and a light buffet.
Harvey, from Shirley Road, suffered his stroke while driving in August 2017 and had to undergo a lengthy recovery at the stroke unit at Watford General Hospital, where he suffered a further heart attack.
His wife Nicky said: “He has been through hell and back.”
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Since his recovery with the help of the Stroke Association, Harvey has began to visit other stroke victims in hospital to talk about his experiences.
Tickets to the event are £5 and can be organised by calling Nicky Astell on 07961 415 176.
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