WRIGHT Foundation Research Charity would like to thank the public and our many volunteers for their continued time and contributions and look forward to an exciting and positive research future as our research expands in the area of heart and lung research activity through ensuring better health and well being for mankind in the UK and across the world.

You can help support our research today by supporting our work by giving a donation, volunteering, organising or participating in an event/s across the UK.

If you wish to get in touch to discuss how your support would benefit the WRIGHT Foundation Research Charity, we would be delighted to hear from you on telephone number 01382 451188.

Stuart Wadlow had a Heart Attack on the 08/08/08 aged 32, instead of letting this life changing disease get the better of him he decided to make it become the pivotal changing point in his life, he was no longer going to smoke and drink and wanted to dedicate his time to making the most of the body that he has.
After spending some time getting his health and fitness back on track he has got married, had a baby and completed a number of charity events.
Stuart is currently in the process of training to become a personal trainer with the hopes of in the future being able to help recovering patients the way he was helped, which is why he is now doing a series of runs over 2011, including running the Virgin London Marathon on 17th April 2011 in aid of the Wright Foundation Research Charity (No. SCO37179).
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The WRIGHT Foundation would like to congratulate our runner Stuart Wadlow in completing the Virgin London Marathon 2011 in an astounding 03hrs 09mins! You can help support our research and work today by giving a donation, volunteering, organising or participating in an event/s across the UK.

Stuart has now finished his 100 mile challange on behalf of the WRIGHT Foundation Research. His last race was the Cardiff Half Marathon where he came 71st out of 15,000 competitors with a time of 1 hour 19 minutes and 21 seconds, placing him in the elites.

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