Swim for Sepsis 5th September 2015

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What an amazing day at Loch Lomond. 15 fearless FEATers braved the cool water to swim from Tarbet to Balloch in relay style. Starting at 6am in Tarbet, FEAT Founder, Craig Stobo led the way into the dark Loch, quickly followed by a succession of fantastic swimmers, Mish Open, Fiona Begg, Daniela Brawley, Jo, John… Read more »

Swim for Sepsis 2015

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Here’s Peter Queen looking “cool” having completed his recent training session for our Swim for Sepsis in Loch Lomond on 5th September. Still looking for willing volunteers for our relay swim of the length of the Loch. Contact us for further details.

Pedal for FEAT

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Our Chairman, Pam Heap, and a few willing volunteers, are cycling the 47 miles from Glasgow to Edinburgh on 6th September by taking part in Pedal Scotland to raise funds for FEAT. Still places available, contact us for further details. You can support Pam using the following link.  https://www.justgiving.com/CycleTeamFEAT/

Musical Interlude

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Enjoy this video of lovely music and songs from a concert recently held at the Glad Café, Shawlands, organised by Catherine Bergamini and Harry Cook which raised over £1,800. Thank you all for your support!! https://youtu.be/JWk5M1dV8ec

FEAT World Sepsis Day Seminar 2014

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Please have a look at our film of the FEAT World Sepsis Day Seminar 2014. Held at the Thistle Hotel, Glasgow,  in conjunction with Healthcare Improvement Scotland, 80 people attended, sharing news on sepsis treatment, developments and improvements across Scotland. https://youtu.be/EKb0jB2mDJk  

September is sock it to sepsis month….

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Sock it to Sepsis This Sepsis Awareness Month we’re asking you to have fun and fundraise, spread awareness and share our information all while wearing your stripes. Help us educate people about the signs and symptoms of #sepsis and help us raise money so we can fund research into the condition. Let us know what… Read more »