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This May, we want you to cover 26.2 miles in a way that challenges you. You can choose to clock up the miles over a few days, a couple of weeks or throughout the whole month.
Take part in our London to Brighton Bike Ride and join over 15,000 cyclists riding together to end heart disease.
Jennifer Metcalfe is supporting our fight against heart disease as the 'Face Of' our new fascinator range - available at our shops throughout Spring / Summer.
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Gardening expert Paul Peacock, who has a heart condition, sets out the activities you can be doing in the garden in spring.
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Keen gardener Paul Peacock tell us how he and his garden have adapted since he was diagnosed with heart failure and type II diabetes.
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Gardening expert Paul Peacock sets out gardening jobs for January and February, including advice for gardening if you have a heart condition.