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-10% Discount
-10% Discount
10% Discount (excluding delivery charge) @ BHF Online Charity Gift Shop

I agree with this. Hopefully some people may now go to the charity site who would not have before - just because of this deal making them aware of the online shop.


Voted cold on this one , what's the point in using a charity site then taking 10% away from them ?

Best British Heart Foundation deals from our community

Instore British Heart Foundation (Chorlton ,Manchester) Pompom advent calender for making crafts at Christmas 99p
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Posted 22nd Dec 2019Posted 22nd Dec 2019LocalLocal
Instore British Heart Foundation (Chorlton ,Manchester) Pompom advent calender for making crafts at Christmas 99p£0.99£9.9990% off
Bargain price, great value to stock up for next year as stocking fillers.
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Free CPR training from British Heart Foundation
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Posted 22nd Jul 2019Posted 22nd Jul 2019
Free CPR training from British Heart FoundationFREE£0.01
Thought this is worth sharing - a useful skill to learn and might end up saving a life one day. Available at various locations in the UK. Heartstart CPR training Course Heartsta… Read more

As someone who has spent 43 years in SAR please take up this offer and take the chance to save a life and yes it's always better to do something. If you ring 999 first thing they will tell you is to do cpr and how to over the phone. Emergency services do aggressive cpr which will brake ribs better that than dead. As for punched lung my son has had 2 and is still fittest bloke I know. As for phoning 999 a few years ago a young girl drowned on a fully crowded beach with shocked bystanders watching on a hot summers day. There was 1 999 call unfortunately far to late


Wow - didn't expect this to go hot or cause an argument in the comments... The risk of performing CPR incorrectly is likely negligible compared to the risk of doing nothing. To have any first aid knowledge is good for two reasons - first, you'll know when to perform CPR and more importantly when not to. Second, in one of these situations you will have the confidence to take control rather than standing by and wishing you'd done something. I saw (well heard) a young woman get hit by a van, a group of students stood around but no one rang 999 until I told them to. The driver immediately tried to move the lady out of the road - there was no risk from traffic and so I explained why we shouldn't move her until paramedics arrived (possible spinal injury), and she couldn't get up and walk away. I had the confidence because I'm a registered first aider and had recently been on a training course - all I did was try to keep her calm, seek medical help and not make things worse. While I agree with the comment about people believing they are super heroes and doing too much, this wasn't my experience - I knew what to do and also what not to do. This type of training can only be a good thing in that respect, plus it supports a charity.


Pete525 - thank you for posting a useful comment that adds value to the discussion :)


OH saw someone driving erratically last year & came to an abrupt halt so he got out to see if all was ok & the driver had collapsed at the wheel. He & the other people in the van got him out and OH had to give CPR on the pavement with instruction from the emergency services on speaker phone. Sadly the man died a couple of days later. RIP Neil


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Book a free Furniture Collection with the British Heart Foundation (BHF)
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Posted 28th Jun 2019Posted 28th Jun 2019
Book a free Furniture Collection with the British Heart Foundation (BHF)
I know not a deal but a great, newly advertised scheme for a worthy charitable cause and a good way to get rid of that superfluous piece of furniture that you keep banging your shi… Read more

You realise that people who are forced by the JC to work in charity shops are sanctioned if they don't comply? And being sanctioned doesn't mean they're then exempt from working in there, they still have to do it but with less money. It's cruel and you get all sorts of people on JSA, some with quite complex needs who shouldn't be there. Any charity choosing to be a part of such a program should be exposed and boycotted.


It's funny you say that ... Live Aid, Sport's Aid, Band Aid, Water Aid, Christian Aid (and sod knows how may other 'Aids'), Red Nose Day, Children in Need, Oxfam, Cancer Research, National Lottery Charity, and ... The amount of Charities out there (in this Country alone), are literally longer than both my arm's (and every Day a fresh half a dozen again). The amount of £billions we pour into these thing's on a Yearly basis is huggggge!, with no viable end to the money train in sight, lol (that's not to say that they're viable notable entities doing gooooood amongst their respective thing, or whatever). It does make one wonder at time's I suppose?. But for those doing what they're meant to be doing, etc?, then good on them. :-D


Yeah, I wish I owned a charity shop, I'd be rich haha


Hmmmmmmmmm, ask me again ... That's every tight business owner's dreeeeeeem that?. Note to self: questionable business men/women around the World, take notes ... lol.


Sorry, but no thanx ... Feather pillows, duvets, and suchlike are pennies to the pound (literally) - so if they bust, then minor. (Which pretty much accounts for the majority of beddings stuff's across the World, I believe?). But proper pillows, duvets, and whatever (as in memory foam/astro foam stuff's, etc etc etc?), we'll ... Let's just say, you'll never find any of them in a £Pound Shop? (not even for a tenner!). So for them thing's to then be needlessly be mangled in 2-4 seconds flat?. It just pains me just thinking about it, if I'm honest. :-( I've had pet's over the Year's, they've used old curtains as bedding linen, old custions/old pillows as bedding linen too, etc, but my memory foam pillows, I could never ... lol. But each to their own on that front though. :-)

Nintendo Wii console - £20 @BHF in-store (Colchester)
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Posted 23rd Jun 2019Posted 23rd Jun 2019LocalLocal
Nintendo Wii console - £20 @BHF in-store (Colchester)£20
1x White Wii console with base 1x power brick 1x set of A/V cable 1x IR sensor bar 1x Wii remote 1x Wii nunchuck Hope it helps someone. It is in Colchester.

Heat given, as long as it works rather pay towards a charity!


Hi from Colchester.:)


:/ if ya gonna pay that much may as well pay out £2 more and get one from CEX for that 24 months warranty. that being said can be picked up alot cheaper elsewhere for example cash converters usually have these for £14.99 with 6 months warranty.


Slightly too much for £20. Sorry being honest.


Just dance 2020 is being released for it.

Extendable table with 4 chairs @ BHF in-store (Colchester)
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Extendable table with 4 chairs @ BHF in-store (Colchester)£45
Saw this today afternoon in Colchester. Might be useful for somebody.

I take your point, but having popped into a BHF shop the other day, I'd said that is unlikely to be a one off. I was really suprised with the quality of the furniture they had, some of it new, If a deal like this help raise the profile and re-cycle some furniture, then hot from me!


No, I mean posting a one-off item that you saw in a charity shop as a deal.


Too far from Colchester??


No, just no.

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Heartstart is our initiative to teach emergency life saving skills to the British public. By attending a course near you, you're helping us create a nation of life savers – where e… Read more

Yep!, definitely worth considering. :-)


Good for you - well done. 🌝


Brilliant, thanks for the details


Great post, I didn't know they do courses I'm going to get on one, heat added <3


Great idea, although I didn't take this course, I was able to help a person having a heart attack, and was able to help buy them the time they needed until the ambulance came. More and more people are having cardiac issues, and it's great to be able to help.

Free Glow in the Dark Poster from the British Heart Foundation
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Free Glow in the Dark Poster from the British Heart FoundationFREE£0.01
Fill out your details and receive it in the post for free. Great for children and adults alike. :) On the last page of the form you can opt out of being contacted if you are con… Read more

Yes I know which makes it even worse in my view. I do not want these people in my neighbourhood knocking on doors most of all mine. That’s one reason they never get my old goods EBay does and I’ve made a few bob doing that.


I just say “no” one cheeky bugger wanted to use our toilet to which we said “no”.


This people are farmed out to whichever charity that week, and dumped in your area for the day. They're not direct employees, they're chuggers on commission. Just say you already donate and they'll move on.


I do, I was just pointing out that their funds would be better spent elsewhere. I would rather my donations go towards funding research, than producing and sending out posters.


have a heart will ya?

Free Heartstart CPR training courses @ British Heart Foundation
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Free Heartstart CPR training courses @ British Heart FoundationFREE£0.01
Just a reminder on this worthwhile initiative - get a free CPR training course (various locations). Heartstart is an initiative to teach emergency life saving skills to the Briti… Read more

As you seem to have no idea how the internet works \s stands for sarcasm something you clearly have no idea about. Of course it's a great thing, the sarcasum comes because on hotukdeals everyone moans when the deal is only a local one and not national or online hence the \s


I think it's one of those location location location thing's?. Like when I was very young, in the very early 2000's, I spent about a Month or so with extended Family, farrrr outside of London. Though it was an interesting shell shock at the time (resources over there, were somewhat different to that of resources in London, etc), I was young enough to adapt accordingly at the time ... ) Resources aside, even the mindset of people (from what I could recall at the time), was even different, etc?). It was an interesting experience, to say the least. :-) It's not the best analogy I have for you to explain the 'situation', but that might as least give you some closure as to why that is/was at the time, or whatever?. :-)


Change the link in the OP to this please: As your Get Deal link goes to here instead: It's similar, but I'm not sure if everyone may get it, thanx. I think this one is more straightforward: (the one you earlier also highlighted). :-)


Not from here surprisingly, though there are lots of local people that have requested courses through BHF. Thanks for asking


Did you get many taker's to your offer?. :-D I'm in London, but if I was nearer to them end's, I'd have been on it anyway. :-)

FREE - Learn How to save a Life with British Heart Foundation Heartstart Courses
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FREE - Learn How to save a Life with British Heart Foundation Heartstart CoursesFREE£0.99
Click on the link to find out where your nearest free course is being held and for details on how to sign up. We support over 1,700 Heartstart schemes which teach life saving skill… Read more

Everyone should learn CPR. I did my First Aid refresher training this week. It's the most important course you will ever take. It saves lives. Heat.


Brilliant post, thanks OP, will check our closest and encourage the whole family to do this. (y)


Just went to this today! Can’t recommend enough! Superb course


Hehehehehe, true true, nice!. :-D


Really nice thought

Free CPR training courses @ British Heart Foundation + Free CPR Online Training Courses
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Free CPR training courses @ British Heart Foundation + Free CPR Online Training Courses
Thought these were worth sharing again - you just never know when someone close to you or a complete stranger in the street may need some help! If you can't spare the time to go … Read more

Just a reminder that these courses are still running. Mine is later this week.


It's free.. on the page say after pass the exam .. purchase and download .. the certificate


do something else mr award winner, get the BFF to train the volunteers to run courses, the useless contacts can't be bothered to run courses, citing lack of interest. What a joke. Even if one person attends a course it could save a life. idiots


The email contacts for ones I tried were useless, the BFF need to train their volunteers on customer service skills before anything else. When enquiring, you get a response saying their isn't enough interest to run the course Wrong mentality, shame on BFF


If not trained in resuscitation I believe they say go with compressions to encourage people to at least attempt to help but if had training always best to do both. Especially if you don’t know the cause & no clinical reason not to keep away from the mouth. If in a medical setting they would always perform both only we have equipment and don’t perform mouth to mouth but always ventilation along with compressions. Compression only is better than nothing but both together is preferable for a favourable outcome especially after a couple of minutes. Of course prevention is better than cure. People living longer with more complex issues with more & more medications.

Newest British Heart Foundation Discount Codes:

DiscountBritish Heart Foundation Discount DetailsExpires
10%10% Discount (excluding delivery charge) @ BHF Online Charity Gift Shop12/12/2010