Stroke Association’s call to sign up

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The Stroke Association is calling on residents in Scotland to get set to Make May Purple for stroke by signing up to Action on Stroke Month 2015.

2015 will see communities come together to help the Stroke Association conquer stroke.

From baking purple cupcakes to painting your toenails purple and everything in between, the charity is calling on people in the region to Make May Purple for Stroke.

People who sign up will receive a monthly newsletter, posters, stickers, order forms and Make May Purple, the charity’s brand new magazine packed full of ideas and inspiration on how to get involved in Action on Stroke Month.

Over 1000 people signed up to Action on Stroke Month 2014, and the Stroke Association is determined to make this year even bigger.

Angie Macleod, Communications Manager said: “Action on Stroke Month is returning in 2015 with a bang! We want as many people as possible to sign up to receive our Action Pack and newsletter so they’re ready to Make May Purple for Stroke.

‘Action on Stroke Month’s success if down to the people and communities who help make it happen. From wearing purple socks to organising a purple day in the office, show your support for the Stroke Association in May, because together we can conquer stroke.’

Visit www.stroke.org.uk/strokemonth to find out more and to sign up.