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30 reasons to join us in our 30th year!

It's FREE to sign up as a Friend - see our 30 reasons to join us as and access our resources It's 2 years since we launched our Membership scheme - in that time we have been pleased to welcome so many CHD patients, families and Healthcare Professionals…
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Hearts Together 2023 Speaker – Katrijn Jansen

Katrijn will be speaking at our Hearts Together 2023 event in Newcastle Katrijn Jansen is an adult congenital cardiologist and associate clinical lecturer at the Freeman Hospital and Newcastle upon Tyne university. She trained in cardiology…
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Hearts Together 2023 Speaker – Elaine Muirhead

Elaine is an Advanced Clinical Nurse Specialist for the Scottish Adult Congenital Cardiac Service (SACCS). She joined the SACCS team in 2013 and continues to support and develop adult congenital heart services for patients living in Scotland.…
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ARE YOU TRANSFERRING TO ADULT SERVICES? HAVE YOU ALREADY TRANSFERRED? How can we help? We are working closely with the CHD networks and specialist hospitals. We want to know what we can do to help with the process of transferring to…
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 Neil Hunting’s radio interview on running the London Marathon for The Somerville Foundation with Jon Wright – BBC Suffolk – 18 August 21. Listen Here. Donate to Neil’s fundraiser here.

Our very own Helen Taylor talks to Jon Wright on BBC Suffolk about running for The Somerville Foundation. Listen Here.

Chris Byland (Radio Producer) on The Somerville Foundation – Listen Here

Somerville Foundation Roger Black – Radio 4 Appeal – Listen Here

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  • Read our 2019 interview with Roger Black
  • Listen to what a normal resting heart sounds like