Action Medical Research | Children's Charity

THIS CHRISTMAS, HELP STOP BABIES BEING BORN TOO SOON

FUND VITAL RESEARCH

A young life transformed

Ben Nevis 8 September 2018

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For more than 65 years we've been saving and changing lives through medical research and have spent over £117m funding some amazing breakthroughs.

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Working together to make a difference

9 December 2018
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all the families across the UK who’ve generously shared their stories with Action this...

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Motorsport fans help raise funds for Action

4 December 2018
The 24th annual ‘Celebration of Motorpsort’ was held near Belfast on Saturday 2 December for Action Medical Research....

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Media Trust
Volunteer Opportunity: Media monitoring expert @actionmedres - Horsham, West Sussex - Duration: 1 day / Start: ASA… https://t.co/o2g5eKYTt9
Media Trust - 11 December 2018 10:30am
Action West & Central
Our thanks to @nickiebaglow for organising this fab event in Westward Ho! for @actionmedres #charity #thankyou https://t.co/9zUftlLr5Q
Action West & Central - 11 December 2018 10:17am
Eltham Juniors
A huge thank you to everyone involved in last night's Year 3 and 4 Nativity @ElthamCollegeUK for a fantastic retell… https://t.co/oHoI757fF1
Eltham Juniors - 11 December 2018 07:57am
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