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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.
Scarred FOR Life will be exhibiting in London 28-30 June at Appearance Matters 7.
Watch ITV and BBC coverage of UK's 1st CHD Research Centre
Launch of the UK's first congenital heart research centre
Seven new Meet Up Social Groups have been formed in Devon and Cornwall, London (under and over 30's),...
Take part in the Brighton Marathon in 2017 and raise money towards research into congenital heart disease.
Take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon in October 2016. Guaranteed places available.
Enjoy an informative, interesting and empowering day of presentations around living with a congenital...
Scarred FOR Life will be exhibiting in London 28-30 June at Appearance Matters 7
Helen Doyle writes about her experience of late diagnosis and having open heart heart at 23 years old.
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.
Joanne Dann will trek along one of the world's most famous historical landmarks to raise funds
Emma competed The Great Manchester Run on 22nd May 2016 to raise funds for The Somerville Foundation.
This June Kate Sykes will embark on a 700 mile bike ride from the most Southerly point of Ireland, to...
Our very own Helen Barker has decided to take on the Royal Parks Half Marathon challenge this October
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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