SADS UK thanks Emily, her Mum Glenna and Waterlooville Sainsbury's staff for raising awareness and funds for SADS UK in memory of Steve, who tragically passed away from SADS in November 2020. Thanks to the Waterlooville Community for their kind donations and support.
Help SADS UK Save Lives : Ask your MP to Support the Second Reading of the Defibrillator Bill on 10th September 2021. The date of the reading is drawing near, so please can you email/write to your MP, Headteacher, local newspaper and let them know that you are supporting SADS UK in their aims to save lives. Ask your MP to attend the Second Reading of the Defibrillator Bill on Friday September 10th 2021 and vote in favour of it so it becomes Legislation and helps save lives. Wording You can find your MP’s details on this link:- https://members.parliament.uk/members/Commons Read more for your supportive wording that can be copied and sent in your email to your MP.
Statement from Founder of SADS UK, Anne Jolly MBE. The national cardiac charity SADS UK, set up in honour of my son Ashley Jolly in 1998 has been working for over 10 years to bring in legislation to make defibrillators mandatory in schools; including bringing Early Day Motions and petitions to Parliament.
The 8th Annual Inherited Cardiac Conditions Online Nursing Study Day: An Introduction Hosted by Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital ICC Nurse Specialist team on Tuesday 22nd November 2021 9am to 5om online event.
SADS UK supports the letter sent by Dr Zafar Iqbal to Boris Johnson ahead of the second reading of the defibrillator bill on the 10th September.
The cardiac charity SADS UK supports the letter sent by Dr Zafar Iqbal to Boris Johnson ahead of the second reading of the defibrillator bill on the 10th September.
SADS UK praises young footballer Bayley for raising funds to place 2 lifesaving defibrillators at Middlewich Town FC to help save lives. SADS UK Middlewich Representative Linda Boden said “Every morning throughout June Bayley has been getting up at 6am and running a couple of miles before going to school and sometimes in the evening until he ran a marathon." Bayley was inspired to fundraise and help protect his teammates after Danish player Christian Eriksen suddenly collapsed during a Euro 2020 match.