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Show your romantic side with a Love Note this Valentine’s Day

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: January 23, 2014

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BHF shops launch Love Notes campaign

Residents of the West Midlands will be relieved to learn that over three quarters (84%) of locals would choose a romantic gesture over an expensive gift this Valentine’s Day – research from British Heart Foundation (BHF) shops revealed as they launch their annual Love Notes campaign.

In fact, people from the West Midlands are so keen on romantic gestures that 24% think a love letter or being taken out for dinner (23%) is the most romantic thing a partner could do for them.

West Midlands BHF shops provide the perfect way to romance that special someone this Valentine’s Day by posting a heartfelt Love Note in West Midlands BHF shop windows until 16th February.

Just pop into your local BHF shop with a minimum £1 donation, every penny of profit raised goes on to fund life-saving research into the fight for every heartbeat.

Writing a Love Note will also help turn our shop windows red and support the BHF’s flagship fundraising campaign, Ramp up the Red.

On the 7th February, the BHF is asking the great British public to pay £2, Ramp up the Red and help fight heart disease. Visit bhf.org.uk/red for more information on how to get involved.

Linda Puchala, Area Manager for the BHF, says: “It’s interesting to see that 84% of people in the West Midlands prefer romantic gestures over expensive gifts.

Posting a Love Note in a West Midlands shop window is one of the easiest ways to express your love for that special someone whilst the small donation of £1 will help the BHF fund life-saving research into heart disease.

“Why not also Ramp up the Red on the 7th February. Our shops will be turning red so you’re sure to find the perfect red item to help you ramp it up!”

This year celebrities such as Mollie King, Caroline Flack, Cilla Black, Eliza Doolittle, Hilary Alexander, Lee Mears and Lorraine Kelly have written a Love Note for BHF shops.

Call 0844 412 5000 or visit bhf.org.uk/shops to locate your local shop.

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