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Snooker champ Mark Selby is backing heart screening for young people in Gloucestershire

By The Citizen  |  Posted: February 18, 2014

Current World snooker no 2 took time out of his China Open qualifiers at the Snooker Academy in Quedgeley to support the University of Gloucestershire and The Citizen's 'Stop the Heartbreak' campaign in conjunction with CRY  picture by Mikal Ludlow news 16-2-14

Current World snooker no 2 took time out of his China Open qualifiers at the Snooker Academy in Quedgeley to support the University of Gloucestershire and The Citizen's 'Stop the Heartbreak' campaign in conjunction with CRY picture by Mikal Ludlow news 16-2-14

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WORLD number two snooker star Mark Selby took a break from potting his way through the China Open qualifiers at Quedgeley Snooker Academy to add his voice to the Stop the Heartbreak appeal.

The University of Gloucestershire is urging donations to reach its £7,000 target to make 200 cardiac screenings free of charge. Young people aged 14-35 can benefit from the free health checks at a special weekend at The Oxstalls Campus on April 8-9.

And Mark is now calling on snooker fans across Gloucester to join him in supporting the campaign.

Students are also getting in on the act.

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In June, a team of 14 will take part in a challenge to climb the UK's three highest mountains. To donate visit justgiving.com/ stoptheheartbreak.

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