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Peter James: thrilled to support Action!

Posted on 9 December 2017

Peter James is one of the UK’s most treasured crime and thriller novelists. His award-winning Detective Superintendent Roy Grace crime series has sold 19 million copies worldwide and been...


Raising Action awareness in Bristol

Posted on 7 December 2017

As part of ‘UK Charity Week’ (4 - 11 Dec) we’re taking the opportunity to thank all of the many people who help Action Medical Research continue to raise funds for vital...


Fantastic families making a difference

Posted on 5 December 2017

In UK Charity Week we're taking the chance to say a huge thank you to the families who've shared their stories with Action in 2017. 

 

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Tiny lives that matter so much

Posted on 14 November 2017

On World Prematurity Day we'd like to thank all the families who have generously shared their stories with Action, helping us highlight the vital need for research.

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Charity Car Challenge Captivates Caped Crusaders

Posted on 8 November 2017

Scumrun - the original banger driving ’rally’ event travelling across Europe for five days of carnage – is back in 2018! Its primary objective is to raise money for children...


Gearing up for 'London - Paris - Geneva'. Again!

Posted on 1 November 2017

Stephen Mansell is a 57-year-old cycling super fan from Lincolnshire. He has supported Action Medical Research for many years and raised around £14,000. Stephen became an ambassador for...


Signing up for Scumrun 2018

Posted on 16 October 2017

As the countdown to ‘Scumrun 2018’ continues, the search for teams and drivers begins to pick up pace. One man who won’t be missing it is 53-year-old Ian ‘Haggis’...


A sign of support for Action

Posted on 11 October 2017

Martin Petrie, 37, is a personal trainer and owner of iMPact Fitness in Lancing. He has been supporting Action Medical Research since 2015 after cycling in the London – Paris bike...


We will always wonder who you would have been

Posted on 9 October 2017

In Baby Loss Awareness Week we are privileged to share poignant and moving images taken by mum-of-four Jenny Halse whose son Elijah was born extremely prematurely and tragically died aged 37 days...

Precious times for Alfie and his family

Posted on 1 October 2017

Alfie is severely physically disabled by quadriplegic cerebral palsy. As his mum Sam explains, a holiday in the sun is neither simple nor stress-free. But – accompanied by seven extra...
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