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The Somerville Foundation works with patients born with a heart condition (congenital), providing practical and emotional support, and enabling them to take control of their lives and manage their own heart condition. Thanks to advancements in medical treatment, today more and more people born with heart conditions are living long, full and happy lives.
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Congenital Heart Disease Standards for Scotland are now open for consultation.
We are looking for people who are fluent in other languages.
It is with great sadness that we announce the tragic and untimely death of much loved Dr George Ballard,...
Take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon in October 2016. Guaranteed places available.
Join #TeamTSF in fabulous Brighton in April 2016
The incredible tale of what happened to Colin at the world’s greatest football ground.
Olivia's experience taking part in Katie Piper’s Diversity Catwalk Fashion Show.
Hello my name is Amanda and last year I got married... and found out I had congenital heart disease.
Congenital heart patient and Double Gold Medallist, Amonn AL-Mahrouq, stormed to yet another victory...
Eight of you amazing people ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon on 11th October 2015
One of our favourite fundraisers, Belinda Dawson is once again taking part in a number of events throughout...
Karl Pinches is cycling from Wolverhampton to Ireland to raise funds for The Somerville Foundation
Joanne Dann is running the Brighton Marathon to raise funds for The Somerville Foundation
Information on managing your heart condition, including Physical, Emotional and Mental Health.
Make a donation to The Somerville Foundation today and you will help us to continue to offer the valuable services we provide to those born with a heart condition.
Supporting young people and adults born with a heart condition
The Somerville Foundation is a registered Charity in England and Wales No. 1138088 and a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and Wales No. 07285409. Registered office at Saracens House, 25 St Margarets Green, Ipswich IP4 2BN
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