Andy runs the line to support Little Hearts Matter


Andy runs the line to support Little Hearts Matter

Premiership assistant referee and NatWest business manager Andy Garratt together with his colleague Suki Sandu took part in a 13 mile charity run to raise money for local children’s heart charity Little Hearts Matter.

29 March 2012

When Andy found out that his NatWest colleagues from across the Walsall area were raising money for Little Hearts Matter, he wanted to do something to help. With this in mind, he has teamed up with some of the local NatWest team including branch manager Sukhi Sidhu to undertake a sponsored run between all of the branches they look after. This involves a gruelling 13 mile challenge starting at NatWest Walsall Branch and then running to Great Barr, Aldridge, Bloxwich and back to Walsall.

Little Hearts Matter assists children and their families who have non-correctable heart conditions. Children born with these life-threatening heart conditions undergo open-heart surgery, many in the first few days of being born. In some cases, sadly, children do not survive. However, today, there are children living into their teens but many will face a heart transplant.

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