Young Adults Weekend 20-22 May 2016, Blackpool

Transplant Sport’s Young Adult Weekend returns in 2016 and will be taking place in the North of England for the first time! From the 20th-22nd of May, come and join fellow transplant recipients for a weekend away in Blackpool. This event has been incredibly popular in the past and next year looks to be no […]

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FHLTA May Ball 14th May 2016, Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park

Freeman Heart & Lung Transplant Association May Ball – Saturday 14th May 2016  Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park Newcastle-on-Tyne NE5 5HN  7.00pm for 7.30pm – Welcome Drink 3 course buffet Dinner £21.00 per person,  Children (under12) £10.00 per child – Live Band – Dress – Smart/Casual.  Members please come with your family and friends to our […]

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2015 – Review of our Year

2015 – Review of our Year We have had a lot to celebrate in 2015 as a Hospital and an organisation. In January a few of our transplanted children attended the Tackers ski camp in Switzerland and all reported as having a great time. In April a few of our young adults took part in […]

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Tracy Irving Fundraising Event

On 2nd December, the Freeman Heart and Lung Transplant Association (FHLTA) received a cheque to the value of £3454.68 in memory of Tracy Irving. Cheque presentation, l-r: Richard Caulkin from the FHLTA, Jo Sanderson, Davina Cunningham, Belinda Ledger and Steve Hartley. The money was raised following a ‘Charity Race Night’ and fund raising event in […]

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Jamie Woodhouse Memorial Annual Tennis Tournament 2015

An annual Tennis Tournament in memory of the late Jamie Woodhouse took place on the 14th November at the David Lloyd Sports Centre, Teesside. Jamie lived life to the full and was an inspiration to many people. His passion was playing tennis, which he competed in at both the British and European Transplant Games and […]

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My World Transplant Games Experience – Matthew Quinn

After considerable commutes encompassing almost every route imaginable, the team arrived in Mar Del Plata, ready for the games. Our hotel; The Gran Provincial, or ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’ as it shall now be known, was a huge seaside palace boasting nearly 500 rooms as well as a few massive reception and dining rooms, rivalling those found […]

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