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Go Dave!

It's been a busy week for Dave and his ‪#‎BredonHillChallenge‬ ... with day #17 done, Dave looks forward to a warmer, drier week! We've had some brilliant local support along the way, thanks to everyone who's given Dave and Funny Blood their encouragement. For more...

Day 7 …

It's Day #7 and Dave's doing brilliantly! He was interviewed on BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester by DJ Andrew Easton to spread the word about his epic challenge. List to him chat on BBC iPlayer, about 41 minutes in : . Dave's story was also covered in the Evesham...

Evesham Observer 23.06.16

Dave Finn's mammoth challenge to run up and down Bredon Hill every day in July has made the front page of the local Evesham Observer : https://www.facebook.com/EveshamObs/photos/a.487547351359611.1073741827.487546754693004/997391610375180/?type=3&theater

Day one …

We're now on Day 4 of Dave's #BredonHillChallenge and the man's doing well! He had a great send-off on Friday - running with his brother Steve - and is looking forward to the more sunny weather due this coming week...

Great Ormond Street

        An invite from Great Ormond Street : Do you have a platelet function disorder? If you are aged 8-16 and have a platelet function disorder, join Kate Khair from Great Ormond Street Hospital and Haemnet at The Magic Circle on Wednesday 13 July for a day of food,...

The Bredon Hill Challenge

Dave Finn lecturer in Motor Vehicle at SWC, is raising funds for Funny Blood which raises awareness of rare blood conditions. It was founded in 2009 by one of Dave’s close friends when her son Noah was diagnosed with a number of complex Platelet Function Disorders...

Outstanding success!

Look at these lovely people! This group of fab students from the University of Worcester's Business School won the 'Outstanding success Award' for their project with Funny Blood and NHS Blood and Transplant. They organised a Recruitment Drive for blood donation,...

Project Funny Blood

We're delighted to be working with the Business School at the University of Worcester again this year. The students have launched a number of projects including #GivetoSave; a joint project with Funny Blood, The University of Worcester and NHS Blood and Transplant,...

Research results

In 2011, Noah and his family were asked to join the Genotyping and Phenotyping of Platelets (GAPP) research programme based at the University of Birmingham. Since then, the project has had some significant results which have been published recently and detailed within...

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