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“It’s about continuing to help people, especially young people, with the trust and to help to raise mental health awareness,” she confirmed.

“We want to try to help young people to believe in themselves that they can achieve what they put their mind to.

“Hence why the trust was called ‘The Jamal Edwards Self Belief Trust’,” she said in reference to the charity set up in Jamal’s name.

At 8pm tonight, SBTV shared a brand new video starring Ed, under which they penned another tribute to Jamal, whom they described as “the driving force behind so much and such a bright light in all of our lives.”

Virgin Media O2 has rolled out defibrillators to all company owned stores across the UK – greatly increasing access to life-saving equipment on hundreds of High Streets in partnership with the British Heart Foundation (BHF).

More than 200 defibrillators are now available and Virgin Media O2 is in the process of registering them on BHF’s National Defibrillator Network, The Circuit, meaning 999 call handlers will be able to quickly direct people to nearby stores in an emergency.

Brenda Edwards visits Virgin Media O2 as it partners with British Heart Foundation to rollout more than 200 defibrillators across O2 stores in the UK. From 19th Jan to 26th Jan, the business will be raising awareness and urging more people to learn CPR on screens outside O2 stores nationwide.




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