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That the Parliament commends Jonathan and David Stretton-Downes, who are 28-year-old fraternal twins, on their campaign, SIX TIMES OPEN, which aims to raise £100,000 for the British Heart Foundation (BHF); understands that that Jonathan will undergo his sixth open-heart operation in 2017 and that the twins wanted to turn this experience into something positive to raise money for the charity; is aware that the 12-month campaign will intimately follow Jonathan and David as they prepare mentally and physically for this procedure and will involve numerous events, activities and corporate partnerships; notes that Jonathan addressed the BHF’s Parliamentary reception 1 February 2017 at which he spoke passionately about his experiences, motivation and support for the BHF; encourages people and businesses across Scotland to support the campaign, details of which can be found at; sends its best wishes to Jonathan ahead of his surgery, and congratulates the twins on what it considers an inspirational fundraising campaign and the BHF on the excellent work that it carries out in Scotland and across the UK.

Supported by: Jamie Greene, Jeremy Balfour, Peter Chapman, Alison Harris, John Lamont, Margaret Mitchell, Donald Cameron, Maurice Corry, Kenneth Gibson, Liz Smith, Ross Thomson, Edward Mountain, Douglas Ross, Alison Johnstone, Ash Denham, Finlay Carson, Jackie Baillie, Murdo Fraser, Alex Cole-Hamilton, David Torrance, Bill Bowman, Annie Wells, Gordon Lindhurst, Brian Whittle, Alexander Burnett, Jackson Carlaw, Clare Adamson, John Scott, Maurice Golden

Current Status: Fallen on 04/10/2017
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