People like you, talking about their experiences of lung health.
Reading the stories of people who have faced the same challenges as you could be comforting, moving or inspiring.
I cycled 930 miles to fight lung disease!
In his biggest cycling challenge yet, Dan cycled from Lands End to John O’Groats in memory of his father in law. He was raising money for the BLF and our work supporting those with lung disease.
GPs need training to help patients to quit smoking
Smoking is an addiction and it is incredibly tough for people to quit. But with the right support from doctors, nurses and pharmacists, you are much more likely to quit smoking for good. Rachael, from our policy team, explains why we want all health care professionals trained to provide that help.
Reflecting on 2020
2020 was a year like no other. Throughout the year we’ve been proud to adapt and continue supporting the people who need it most. So, here we share some of our 2020 highlights.
Our top stories from 2020
We've continued to be inspired by your stories. So many of you shared tales of bravery in the face of lung disease and the pandemic, and we were moved by your strength.
What could Brexit mean for people with a lung condition?
We know that with Brexit fast approaching, some of you may be worried about what it might mean for you and your lung condition. Adam from the policy team is here to help explain what we know so far.
We’re working with NiQuitin to make air pollution a thing of the past
Harriet from our policy team talks about our new partnership with NiQuitin and our plans to fight for clean air and healthy lungs.
Justice for Ella
Sarah Woolnough, our CEO, discusses the legacy of Ella Kissi-Debrah and the action we need to protect people from toxic air.
Climbing Our Everest together
Claire, from our events team, introduces our new virtual walking event, Our Everest. Brand new for 2021, we are all climbing this mountain together!
Tell your story
Do you have a story to tell? It could be about your lung condition, a friend or relative you know who lives with one, or how caring for them impacts your life. We'd love to hear what you've got to say.