Diary to help heart charity

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BIG-hearted locals are being asked to support a new campaign to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation.

The charity, which has stores in Fareham’s West Street, Gosport’s High Street, and Havant’s West Street, as well as Cosham, North End the city centre in Portsmouth, has created a special edition diary with stationery giant Collins.

The red diary will go on sale next month priced £8.49 and 85p from each one sold will go straight to BHF to help fund pioneering research, support and care for heart patients and their families.

Head of corporate partnerships at BHF Amit Aggarwal said: ‘The funds raised through the sale of the Collins BHF 2013 diaries will help us carry out our life-saving work and make a real difference to the lives of heart patients across the UK.’

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