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Have lunch with Davina and help babies in danger

PUBLISHED: 09:56 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 15:53 20 February 2013

Dine with Davina for Action Medical Research's Touching Tiny Lives appeal

Dine with Davina for Action Medical Research's Touching Tiny Lives appeal

Davina McCall will be hosting the exclusive ladies luncheon Dine with Davina, sponsored by Next, at The Conservatory at Painshill Park, Cobham, Surrey, on Thursday, May 21 ...


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Davina McCall will be hosting the exclusive ladies luncheon Dine with Davina, sponsored by Next, at The Conservatory at Painshill Park, Cobham, Surrey, on Thursday, May 21.


Tickets are £55 and include a welcome drink, a three-course meal and an afternoon of great entertainment. For further information or to book tickets, ring Leigh-Beth Campbell on 0239 229 3139 or email davina@action.org.uk

The event will help support Action Medical Research's Touching Tiny Lives appeal, which raises funds for vital medical research into reducing pregnancy complications and premature births - and giving more babies a better start in life.

Thanks to the generosity and commitment of the charity's supporters, the appeal has already raised more than £3 million, which has enabled Action Medical Research to fund over 30 projects which aid sick and vulnerable babies and help find answers to life-threatening pregnancy complications.

Action Medical Research is an independent, national charity which relies totally on voluntary support. It has been the driving force behind some of the biggest breakthroughs in medical care for babies over the past 50 years. It played a crucial role in developing the polio vaccine in the UK, ultrasound scanning in pregnancy, and in discovering the link between folic acid and preventing spina bifida. More recently it has helped develop a new infra-red brain scanner which prevents brain damage during labour and delivery. Its researchers have also identified the family gene responsible for causing a form of cleft lip and palate. For more information, visit www.action.org.uk


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