Not Alone merchandise

We have some get merchandise in our online shop including new designs for the Not Alone event.

We have have a great event t-shirt with logos designed by Alex of Equilibrium Creative.

Go to our shop and get your order in quick if you want to wear at the event!

All our items are printed on demand by a 3rd party supplier which avoids us having to maintain expensive stock, but it does mean that some items may take a little longer to produce.

All profits raised from selling our items goes to help us run this website and put on events for survivors and their families.

Thanks for taking a look and we hope you find something you like!

Jayne Biggs, mother, lifesaver and founder of Heart 2 Heart Norfolk

In episode #017 Paul talks with Jayne Biggs, mother and lifesaver of her daughter Violet who had a cardiac arrest aged 7.

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She talks about her daughters event and how she has been driven by her families experience to set up the Heart 2 Heart charity in Norfolk to improve life saving skills in her local and wider community.

In 3 years her charity has placed over 140 defibrillators and trained many hundreds of people in CPR skills.

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Available to listen on the link below or Spotify, Apple , Google and your favourite podcast player.

Presented by Paul Swindell and edited by Matt Nielson. Recorded September 2019

Darren Nicholls, from flatline to finish line

In episode #016 Paul talks with cardiac arrest survivor Darren Nicholls.

Whilst during a run as part of the Couch to 5K programme Darren had a cardiac arrest, and ended up spending 3 weeks in hospital and having a triple bypass operation.

On discharge Darren was not content with just completing the Couch to 5K, and over the following months he finds super human strength and determination to complete many sporting challenges.

In July 2019, just 2 1/2 years after his cardiac arrest he got to the start line of the Ironman UK, a gruelling triathlon consisting of a 2.4m swim, 112m bike ride and finishing with a full 26.2m marathon.

Cheered on by a host of family, friends and other supporters the pressure is on.

Can he go from flatline to finishline of one of the most challenging events in the UK?

Available to listen on the link below or Spotify, Apple , Google and your favourite podcast player.

Presented by Paul Swindell and edited by Matt Nielson. Recorded September 2019