Entries by Charlie Kearsey

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Antibiotic Prophylaxis Against Infective Endocarditis

Find the attached leaflet containing information regarding Antibiotic Prophylaxis Against Infective Endocarditis, which has been supplied by The Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme (SDCEP).  The BCCA (British Congenital Cardiac Association) and BCS (British Cardiac Society) have endorsed the SD-CEP (Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Partnership) recommendations. For more information, please visit the Website: www.sdcep.org.uk Disclaimer: The […]

Patient Representatives wanted – Congenital Heart Disease Network

The North West, North Wales and the Isle of Man Congenital Heart Disease Network is looking for passionate and motivated patient representatives.  See the below for further details.  For additional information and details on how to apply please email Helen.Sanderson@alderhey.nhs.uk or Denise.Szpunar@alderhey.nhs.uk the closing date for applications is midnight on Monday the 16th of January 2020.

Lottery Results – Friday 13 December 2019

Congratulations to our Friday the 13th Lottery Winner, who has won themselves £1000 from Unity Lottery! Lottery Results from www.unitylottery.co.uk.  What a wonderful way to ring in Christmas!  Play our lottery and raise money to beat congenital heart disease.  Terms and Conditions apply.

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Nightrider 2020 – London

Join #TeamSF on 6-7 June 2020 when, once again, Nightrider will take over London! Two routes will be available – a 100km and a 50km ride. Both are circular and start and finish at the iconic Lee Valley VeloPark. Take Part in a night out to remember. So #GetOnYourBike! We have 5 charity places available […]

Introducing Richard Bird

Hi everyone, I consider it a great privilege to have been recruited as the new Wellbeing Coordinator for the Somerville Foundation. I’m aware that I have big shoes to fill, since my predecessor, Anne Crump, did such a marvellous job over the past 13 years in the role, for which I think we should be extremely […]

Climbing Everest

At an altitude of 6m in our local Cambridgeshire pub, my good friend of many years, Tony, was going through the early stages of divorce and was questioning life, the universe and everything. We were joined by another friend and somehow over the course of the evening we all hatched a plan to walk to […]