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Christmas cards from the heart

STARS has teamed up with the children at Newbold on Stour Primary School in Warwickshire to produce a set of unique Christmas cards with the theme ‘from the heart.’ The cards have been produced exclusively for STARS and our sister charities Arrhythmia Alliance and AF Association.

Our charity Christmas cards come in three different designs with each pack containing a total of six cards. Money raised in connection with the sale of these Christmas card packs for will be divided evenly between the three charities: Syncope Trust And Reflex anoxic Seizures (registered charity number 1084898), Arrhythmia Alliance (registered charity number 1107496) and AF Association (registered charity number 1122442)

A box of six Christmas cards is available for £3.00 excluding P&P.

Please email info@heartrhythmcharity.org.uk or call 01789 867 525 to place your order and support others in need of information and support on syncope and reflex anoxic seizures this Christmas.




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Take STARS to heart

Our latest newsletter is now available to view.
Topics include:

Setting up a patient support group

Compression tights for Syncope and PoTS

The anguish of misdiagnosis

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