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UK's first congenital heart research centre

Wednesday 4 May 2016
Waterfront Gallery, UCS, Neptune Quay, Ipswich

Launch of UK's first congenital heart research centre

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Meetup London (over 30s)

Tuesday 19 January 2016
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London

Join us for a social get together at the Royal Festival Hall Foyer Bar for a drink and chat.

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London Transition Day

Saturday 14 November 2015
Evelina Children's Hospital

Moving from Paediatric to Adult cardiac care? Join us at the Evelina Children's Hospital for a day of information and activities

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Young People's Theatre Trip to see the Happiness Project at the Roundhouse

Saturday 7 November 2015
The Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London

A trip for those aged 16-24 years to see the Happiness Project at the Roundhouse in London.

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Run for Charity

Sunday 11 October 2015
London

Take part in the Royal Parks Half Marathon 2015 and raise funds for your favourite charity

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Annual Conference Bristol 2015

Saturday 10 October 2015
Bristol

Join us on 10th October for our annual patient conference

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Lights, camera, action!

Saturday 10 October 2015
Bristol

Aged 16-24? Intro workshop - Lights, camera, action

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Crewe Hall Weekend

Friday 24 - Sunday 26 July 2015
Crewe Hall Hotel

We are excited to announce that the summer 2015 social weekend will be at the magnificent Crewe Hall in Cheshire.

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Walk for charity

Saturday 9 May 2015
South Downs

Take part in the Just Walk 2015 event

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Scarred FOR Life

Friday 13 Feb - Friday 13 Mar 2015
Glasgow

Scarred FOR Life is an exciting new project - a special photo exhibition of adults born with Congenital Heart disease (CHD) baring their scars in celebration...

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