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HRUK SFYH Newsletter Jan 2012 Web

HRUK SFYH Newsletter Jan 2012 Web

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Thank you for making 2011 a Christmascracker of a year!
Hundreds o kind-hearted olk joined orces to make 2011 a abulous year or our estive undraiser,Sing or your Heart (SFYH), and we want to say a big thank you to each and every one o you.Your superb singing raised more than £10,000 to help Heart Research UK continue its pioneeringresearch into heart disease and help communities live healthier, happier, longer lives. Our annualChristmas singing extravaganza is a chance or people o all ages, communities and levels oexperience to exercise their vocal chords – and their hearts – or a good cause.
 Why is singing good for you?
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It’s aerobic and gives your heart and lungs a good work out, helping to improve yourcardiovascular system
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It lits your mood and relaxes you by releasing endorphins, those eel-good hormonesYoung people rom the Archbishop o York Primary School ound out frst hand about the benefts osinging when they joined the Archbishop o York and Patron o HRUK, Dr John Sentamu and HRUK National Director, Barbara Harpham. A special thank you goes to
Le Cateau Primary School
in Catterick, North Yorkshire,or producing a proessionally recorded CD to raise money or HRUK.

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