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Royal Parks half marathon

Royal Parks Half Marathon 2018 Sunday 14 October 2018 Starts at Hyde Park, London The Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon is one of the UK’s most exciting, giving you the opportunity to run through the amazing Royal Parks of London and…
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Scarred FOR Life

Scarred FOR Life is a special photo exhibition sharing the problems and heartache that accompany living with a heart condition, both mental and physical. The first Scarred FOR Life exhibition was held in Scotland at the Kelvingrove Art…
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Michelle's Great North Run

Michelle has been working hard to raise funds for The Somerville Foundation all the way through 2017. Altogether, Michelle raised over £1,300, which will allow us to continue to provide invaluable support to congenital heart patients, their…
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Thank You Melissa

Melissa Mullan has decided to take on the challenge of The Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday 9th October 2016 to raise much needed funds for The Somerville Foundation, to help us to continue to support young people and adults born with a heart…
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Thank You

There were all sorts of fantastic awareness raising activities going on all over the U.K. this CHD Awareness Week, all aiming to raise awareness for The Somerville Foundation and the wonderful people we work to support. We’d like to say…
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IBC Charity of the Year

We are delighted to have been chosen as one of Ipswich Borough Councils charities for 2019. Being a chosen charity allows us to attend IBC managed events and collect donations. We will be attending Ipswich Music Day, held inside Christchurch…
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Annual Conference London 2018

We very much hope that you will be able to join us for our Annual Conference which this year will be held at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London. As always we will do our best to support your attendance. If you are currently unwell or have…