The Alexander Jansons Fund was set up in after the death of Alexander Jansons from Myocarditis in July 2013, at the age of 18. With little to no information provided on this inflammatory condition affecting the heart, the charity was founded to research the causes, prevention and cures for Myocarditis. The AJF has pledged a minimum of £80,000 per year to fund this research and has consistently hit this target for 6 years. The knowledge gained from the research will add to the body of existing knowledge and increase the understanding of the Myocarditis disease and how it can be prevented and cured, therefore saving lives in the future.  Jansons Property hosts many events in support of the Alexander Jansons Fund throughout the year, please enjoy the images around the page for a peek at the activities!   

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Clay Pigeon Shooting


Sports Aid