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Event: Screening of Bombardier Blood at Everyman Cinema – fundraiser for Haemophilia charities – 26.03.20

Altrincham’s Everyman Cinema will be hosting a charity screening of the film Bombardier Blood on 26 March 2020, raising money for haemophilia charities Save One Life and The Haemophilia Society.

The film shows the real life story of Chris Bombardier, a severe haemophiliac, a mountaineer whose goal was to climb Mount Everest, along with the highest summits of each of the other continents in the world.

I reckon he could do with a little ambition in his life…

I of course lamely jest.

Inspirational, the film itself will not only serve to shine a light on the condition and one man’s quest to push himself to the extremes, but the event itself will go some way to supporting those who live with haemophilia in their lives, and the challenges it presents.

The event is organised by Strategic North, a local healthcare research organisation, who do a lot of work in haemophilia, and during the course of which have spoken to 100s of doctors, nurses, patients and their families all over the world in order to understand their condition and their needs.

Tickets are £20 (with a £2.15 booking fee) with all money going to the charities. Not only will this gain you entry to the film, but pre-screening food and drinks as well.

And if you haven’t yet been to Everyman Cinema in Altrincham, it really is a special cinema-going experience.

To purchase, head HERE TO EVENTBRITE.

Watch a trailer for Bombardier Blood here: https://www.bombardierblood.com/teaser

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