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Jonah – one happy little boy!

One happy little boy with his new bike, well done Jonah!
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Supporting all ages

Since 1984, with financial assistance from the public such as yourselves, we have been able to assist many who suffer or know those who suffer from a variety of respiratory conditions.
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Ewan’s Story

Ewan was a tiny premature baby boy, who due to an early birth suffered from a specific form of apnoea (stopping breathing) that could happen at any time, day or night.
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Hollys Story

Holly’s Story

Holly had spent many months hospitalised and was wheelchair bound when at home as she battled on a daily basis with her brittle asthma.
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DFA Law

DFA Law – ‘Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge’ Fundraiser

On Saturday 17th September, 9 members of the DFA staff, Clare Towers, Jo Harrison, Wendy Davidson, Hannah Tarlton, Colin Mitton, Innes Macaulay, Paul Currie , Tom Harrison and Philip Humphrys are intending attempting the Yorkshire Three Peaks. The Yorkshire Three Peaks is a 24...
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NARA addresses Ely Rotary meeting

Breathing new life campaign - Important speech at Ely Rotary meeting
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Support Baby Melody

Baby Melody’s mum sets up fund-raising Facebook page for NARA.  Melody was born 10weeks premature and suffers from central apnoea where her brain forgets to tell her lungs to breathe.  Her condition is directly relative to her premature birth.  Hopefully she will grow out of this...
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Thank you to UKH Foundation

A huge thank you to the UKH Foundation for their significant funding to allow NARA to assist patients in the Manchester area via our Community Care Programme. Please visit ukhealthcare.org.uk to find out more about their organisation.
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Wedding Celebrations!

News from Australia that NARA’s first baby helped - Adele - got married. Adele, originally from Northampton, is a milestone in the charity’s history, just as her wedding is a milestone in her life. We send the happy couple all good wishes for their future.
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