Streets against sepsis

From coronation street to your street

let's unite to fight sepsis

Were you shocked by the story of 7-year-old Jack developing sepsis in Coronation Street? His story would have had a more tragic ending had it not been for a local hero – Ali, who spotted the signs and helped Jack get treatment in time.

As Jack’s story proves, sepsis can strike anyone, on any street. But by uniting to raise money for sepsis survivors and raise awareness of the symptoms, we can protect our communities – and even save lives.

That’s what Streets Against Sepsis is all about. And you can be part of it. Join a local fundraising event, get your school or workplace involved, volunteer, donate or do your own thing!

From kicking a winning goal to simply remembering to ‘Just ask: could it be sepsis?’, everyone can play their part in the fight against sepsis. What will you do? For advice and inspiration on a variety of activities, download and read our ‘Streets Against Sepsis’ fundraising brochure.

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Videos

Jason Watkins: When we lost our daughter
Acclaimed actor Jason Watkins lost his two-year-old daughter Maude to sepsis. His devastating loss has driven his determination to help the UK Sepsis Trust raise awareness and prevent other needless deaths. Jason believes the Coronation Street ‘Jack’ storyline should be essential viewing for all. Here he explains why we need to talk about Sepsis and how communities can unite to safeguard each other.
Dr Ranj: How lucky the street is
Paediatrician Dr Ranj Singh presents children’s health show Get Well Soon on CBeebies and is an ambassador and educational adviser for the UK Sepsis Trust. Here he explains why we should all learn the signs of sepsis – and how we can protect one another by getting involved with Streets Against Sepsis.
Jason Watkins - Jack's Story
Acclaimed actor Jason Watkins talks about his tragic loss and why we should ALL support the Streets Against Sepsis campaign.
Dr. Ranj - Streets Against Sepsis
Paediatrician Dr Ranj Singh explains how we can all protect each other from sepsis by joining the Streets Against Sepsis campaign.
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Streets watch against sepsis

Display our window stickers, know the symptoms and help your community protect itself against sepsis.

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Streets volunteer against sepsis

Join our network of local volunteers and help arrange fundraising events in your community.

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Streets educate against sepsis

Are you a first aider, doctor, nurse, teacher, librarian, pharmacist? Download our information to help others understand sepsis.

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