On 4th July 2012 a report was published concluding that children requiring heart surgery in England and Wales would be better served by concentrating expertise in 7 hospitals. One of which is the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle. Implementation of this report has been repeatedly delayed, resulting in an environment that is uncertain and may lead to unnecessary suffering and deaths in children with Congenital Heart Defects.
Please support the implementation of the report by supporting the e-petition.
Once an e-petition has 100,000 signatures, it can be considered for debate in the House of Commons. Please forward the link to as many of your family, friends, and colleagues as you can.
The Edinburgh MoonWalk is now an established annual event organised by the Walk the Walk charity, which is all about raising money for breast cancer related projects and research. This year the event took place on 9th June and Transcendit were...
The Children's Heart Unit Fund (CHUF) is a charity close to Transcendit's heart as it was founded in 1979 by Anne Scott, mother of Transcendit Director Dave. It was formed after the death of Dave's sister Lesley Anne who was born with the same...
On Mother’s Day, 3rd April 2011, Transcendit's Helen Littlewood completed a sponsored 11 mile walk for Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of a friend who died of cancer in 2009. Towards the end the Macmillan nurses were amazing and convinced Helen...
On the 15th and 16th July 2010, Transcendit’s very own Lee Irving, Luke Brown and Paul Callaghan took part in the 24-hour website build, Webdurance. Volunteer web programmers, designers and writers were locked up in a room and challenged to create...
Transcendit has always taken pride in sponsoring a junior football team. Initially based in Newburn in the west of Newcastle upon Tyne, we chose Newburn Juniors and supported one of their teams until 2009. The teams were very successful, winning...
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