World Sepsis Day 2015 Update

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Please see this amazing map showing events promoting sepsis awareness all over the World last September. Our Seminar and Swim for Sepsis are featured. Together we put sepsis on the map….let’s keep it there!! #stopsepsisnow http://www.world-sepsis-day.org/CONTENTPIC/WorldWideEvents2015_Poster_VIEW.pdf

FEATURES AWARDS 2016

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Don’t forget the closing date is rapidly approaching for our second round of research awards. Headline Award up to £10,000, plus travel bursaries available. 29th February deadline….hurry….hurry!! http://www.featuk.org.uk/features-awards/

Swim for Sepsis – Entry now OPEN!!!!

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Following on from the fantastic success of last year, we are once again looking to gather FEATers from all corners of the Country to converge on Loch Lomond for our Swim for Sepsis. Raising awareness and much needed funds for research. Date for the diary is 10th September – relay swim from Ardlui to Balloch…. Read more »

FEAT receives boost to fundraising

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FEAT has been amazed by the generosity and support from friends, family and people affected by sepsis, since we started in 2013. We were, therefore, absolutely delighted when we heard just before Christmas that the advertising agency, Brothers and Sisters (http://www.brothersandsisters.co.uk/) chose FEAT as one of their beneficiaries for 2015, providing us with by far… Read more »

Brighton Half Marathon 2016

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FEAT have an amazing team of runners busy preparing for the Brighton Half Marathon on Sunday 28th February. We would like to wish them luck!! If you are running and would like to raise money for FEAT or would like to donate, please use the following link https://www.justgiving.com/teams/BrightonFEAT2016

2016 Fundraising

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Winter is upon us and it’s almost the end of the year, but we’re already starting to think about our challenges for 2016 and how we’re going to work together to keep sepsis at the forefront of everyone’s mind. We were amazed at how many FEATers got involved this year and the diversity of the events……. Read more »