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Play the lottery in support of Wessex Heartbeat.


You can help them achieve their ambition of providing the very best care for people with heart conditions treated in the Wessex Cardiac Centre. We are aiming to raise £130,000 through our lottery to support Wessex Heartbeat. It only costs £1 per entry into the draw each week and you could be a winner!

This centre, is one of the foremost Cardiac Centres in the UK and internationally.

Despite this, what is best today can be made better tomorrow as advances in care happen, and we learn more about what patients and their relatives want and need to have the best experience as they are treated.

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The more than £13 million we’ve raised together since the Charity was set up in 1992 has put in place crucial extra improvements in the Wessex Cardiac Centre, that wouldn’t otherwise have happened, and that patients, their relatives, doctors, nurses and others consistently tell us make a real difference.

Wessex Heartbeat have worked on some great major projects:

How are we doing?

Here's our target and what we've raised so far! You could help us get closer to our goal.

Wessex Heartbeat News

What are people saying about Wessex Heartbeat

``My role is to ensure that the Heartbeat House runs perfectly and that guests are welcomed into the house and well supported whilst their stay, we need to raise £x via lottery memberships to make that happen every year and support those families in need``

Trish Bishop, House Manager Wessex Heartbeat House

``Thank you so much to the staff at Heartbeat House for the amazing love, care and attention that we received``

Wessex Heartbeat House Resident

``We are both volunteering to support Wessex Heartbeat which has helped our Grandson and hundreds of other heart patients across the South``

Margaret Starling and Sandy Snelgar, Volunteers for Wessex Heartbeat

``As a heart patient I feel very passionate about Wessex Heartbeat, helping them in every way to continue their good cause``

Malcolm Eyers, Heart Patient