Four friends and one incredible shore to shore challenge
A father's inspiring fundraising for Action in honour of his precious twins
Euan Campbell completed a 101 mile ride on his turbo trainer.
Imogen and Euan's son Wilfred was born 3 months premature weighing 2lb 6oz.
Our inaugural '60,000 Reasons' challenge was a huge success!
Piers and Clock Towers in the South East are helping Action recognise 'World Prematurity Day' on 17 November.
Run. Walk. Crawl. Action's new challenge is a fun way for everyone to support our campaign to help stop babies being born too soon.
Little Freya was joined by her mum Stephanie and grandmother June at the annual 'GFI Charity Day' in London.
Janey Brant will be cycling, hiking and canoeing her way around the Lake District for Action!
Recognising the importance of raising awareness of preterm birth amongst education professionals, Professor Samantha Johnson of the University of Leicester and her team have developed a new e-learning resource. Funded by Action Medical Research, this tool offers practical strategies for teachers to use in the classroom.
Find out why they want to help Action and how they're coping with training for the 300 mile challenge!
Amy Williams MBE, the British former skeleton racer and Olympic gold medallist has become an ambassador for Action's campaign to help stop babies being born too soon.
Melissa Taylor is getting ready for an exhausting fitness fundraising challenge for children’s charity Action Medical Research.