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The untimely death of Jaime’s dad inspires her to take part in the London Marathon for the BHF.

Keep-fit enthusiast, Jaime, lost her dad, Andrew, after he suffered a sudden and unexpected heart attack at the age of 54.

The 31 year old fitness-enthusiast said: “I enjoy running, mainly in the gym and only for fun, but dad had said I should take part in competitions. So, now I have decided to...
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A new scheme sees libraries across Rotherham set to become hubs for CPR training.

We have joined forces with Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Westfield Health to equip 15 libraries across the borough of Rotherham with CPR training kits and defibrillators.

Earlier this week, we launched the scheme at Rawmarsh Library with a CPR and defibrillator training session which was attended by the...
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Learn how BHF research offered hope to a family struck by inherited heart disease.

Lucy White’s younger brother, Jack, was 18 when he suddenly collapsed at home. At hospital he was diagnosed with heart failure caused by a condition called dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM).

DCM is a disease that causes the heart muscle to dilate and become baggy. The weakened heart can no longer pump blood...
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Learn how a village hopes to turn every resident into a lifesaver.

Thanks to Marston Meysey resident, Kirsty Payne, all villagers will soon be equipped with vital life saving skills.

If someone were to have a cardiac arrest in the village, it would take between 20 and 30 minutes for an ambulance to reach them from Swindon. With this in mind, residents decided to pull together and fundraise...
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Nine year old heart hero, Lola, takes part in a special marathon challenge to raise money for the BHF!

Lola Crouch, from North Bradley, was born with a ventricular septal defect in her heart. She has to have regular hospital check-ups which have made her aware of other people's heart problems and the work of the BHF.

As a way of raising money for our life saving research, Lola decided to run...
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A dedicated fundraiser returns home after walking 2,000 miles for the BHF!

Ivor Wood, a 59 year old former army major from Clacton, underwent a triple heart bypass in 2012. Following a good recovery, he felt he wanted to do something to raise money for our life saving research.

So, Ivor decided to walk the treacherous Appalachian Trail; a hiking trail extending across 14 states in America...
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Give the gift of hope this Christmas and help raise money for life saving research.

We’re delighted to be a charity partner of the Yorkshire Man of Steel; an exciting 30-metre sculpture honouring the people and places that forged a lasting legacy in Yorkshire.

Inside the sculpture will be a Heart of Steel, bearing the engraved names of up to 150,000 people. For donations of £20 and upwards...
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Andy kicks of his marathon mission in festive fashion to raise money in memory of his dad.

Andy’s dad, Roy, died earlier this year at the age of 80 following a series of heart problems.

As a tribute, Andy from Forfar wanted to do something to raise money for our life saving research, so set himself the challenge of running four marathons across Scotland in 2017.

Eager to get started, he...
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Heart hero, Charlie, is recognised with an award for his fantastic fundraising!

Seven year old Charlie Cronick recently won the Triumph over Adversity Award at the Radio Pembrokeshire Local Achievers Awards.

Charlie suffers from a severe heart condition and has raised over £1,400 this year for the BHF and the cardiac ward at Bristol Children’s Hospital.

To raise funds, he took part in our...
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Dave owes his life to a stranger after collapsing in the street.

Fitness enthusiast, Dave Adey, was running on a path near his home in Worcester when he suffered a cardiac arrest.

Fortunately, a Good Samaritan was nearby and was able to perform CPR until the emergency services arrived; giving Dave the best possible chance of survival. Paramedics used a defibrillator to revive him following...
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Quizmas is coming!

Host a quiz night and raise money for life saving heart research: [ Bit.ly Link ]
An inspiring boy celebrates running success despite living with a heart defect.

In 2012, Edward was born with the congenital heart defect, Tetralogy of Fallot. He started life in intensive care and underwent open heart surgery when he was just seven months old.

To cope with the stress and to raise money for the BHF, Edward’s mum got into running and eventually got involved with Parkrun....
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A Gosport teenager raises a phenomenal £812 by shaving her head to support our life saving research.

14 year old Alisha Flatman shaved off her afro in memory of her father, Matthew, who passed away from a heart attack at the age of 35, three years ago.

Alisha, who braved the shave, said: “I have wanted to do something in memory of my dad for a long time – but have only just built up the...
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Marathon man, Sean, takes on a 2,000 mile challenge to raise money for the BHF.

Three years ago, Sean was amongst dozens of runners lining up for the start of Huddersfield’s Parkrun when he suffered a cardiac arrest.

Fortunately, there were people on hand to help. Dinah Coogan, a nurse, and his GP, Dr Emma Spencer, started CPR and kept Sean alive until paramedics arrived. Medics worked on...
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Find out how to support our life saving work whilst doing your Christmas shopping!

Your online shopping can raise vital funds for people affected by heart disease without costing you anything extra.

Simply sign up to Give as you Live and with every online purchase you make from the thousands of registered shops, we will receive a donation. Retailers include Amazon, M&S, Debenhams plus many...
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An inspirational schoolgirl is recognised with a Pride of Essex award for raising £35,000 for new defibrillators!

12 year old Katie Yoxall-Davies was born with a complex heart condition which didn’t manifest until she was seven. It causes her to have episodes in which her heart beats at 250 to 300 beats per minute.

Since her diagnosis, Katie has been on a mission to raise as much money as...
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A brave little girl enjoys life at school after undergoing a heart transplant and recovering from cancer.

Amelia Marran was just four months old when she was diagnosed with several heart conditions, including pulmonary hypertension and hypoplastic left heart syndrome, which affects blood flow through the heart.

In September 2011, Amelia underwent her first heart operation and her second in...
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