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Run 26.2 miles this May in a way that's a challenge for you and raise money for life saving heart research.
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There are bags of reasons for a Spring clear out. Donate your unwanted stuff and help fund our life saving research.
We list a range of unique and interesting finds from our charity shops on our eBay shop.
Our strategy sets out our plans to fund half a billion pounds of research over the next five years.
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Meet some of our heart heroes who have bravely shared their stories with others.
Read our vision and priorities to 2020 and see how we're fighting for every heartbeat.
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In April and May it’s not too late to sow summer bedding and vegetables, says our expert gardener Paul Peacock.
Gardening expert Paul Peacock, who has a heart condition, sets out the activities you can be doing in the garden in spring.
Paul loves his patio. He tells us how to transform yours even if, like him, your health limits what you can do.
Heart failure has meant that Ruth Rogers can't do as much gardening as she used to. But inspired by Heart Matters, she's found ways to carry on with her beloved hobby.
Keen gardener Paul Peacock tell us how he and his garden have adapted since he was diagnosed with heart failure and type II diabetes.
The sun is shining, your plants are flowering and Paul Peacock has a few ideas to keep you and your garden in great summer shape.
Autumn can be a tricky time in the garden, but there’s still plenty to do to keep you ticking over.
Gardening expert Paul Peacock sets out gardening jobs for January and February, including advice for gardening if you have a heart condition.