Not being able to play rugby sucks… But I still count myself lucky

Brave teenager posts inspiring blog about recent heart diagnosis and the changes he’s made to keep himself fit and fearless about the future A teenager from Tenby has spoken publicly about a life-changing diagnosis that has seen him give up his sporting dreams on the advice of cardiologists who told him that his heart rate […]


11th Annual CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk 2017

On Sunday 9th July 1,423 walkers assembled in London’s Potters Fields Park for CRY’s annual Heart of London Bridges Walk. A warm and sunny morning, this was the 11th year of CRY’s flagship event and the 2nd year of a new start venue of Potters Fields Park, on the banks of the Thames and providing […]


Cardiac screening policy in the UK

In a society where disease prevention is becoming increasingly important, young people should have the opportunity to be tested. Annually, tens of thousands of people in the UK will be personally affected by young sudden deaths and may require reassurance. Proactive testing is usually the only way a person can learn if they are at […]


Promoting your fundraising

Pre-event Promotion Adding your event to the CRY upcoming events page If your event is open for other CRY supporters to attend, we would be pleased to promote it via our website on the upcoming events page (http://www.c-r-y.org.uk/upcoming-events/).  To get your event on our website, please visit www.c-r-y.org.uk/upload and fill in the details.   Post-event […]


Conference Agenda 2017

This is a preliminary agenda and maybe subject to change. 09.00-10.30       Session: Updates on the interpretation of the athlete’s ECG Chairs: Dr Michael Papadakis, Dr Steve Cox 09.00-09.10       Introduction Dr Michael Papadakis, London, UK 09.15-09.25        The athlete’s ECG; The things you should clear Dr S Gati, London, UK                […]


Edinburgh Marathon 2017 in memory of Cheryl Males

A year ago on the 14th January 2016, Amanda and I received a horrific phonecall from our best friend Claire. She broke the shocking news that her best friend and sister Cheryl had suddenly died without any warning or illness……..she just didn’t wake up from a nights sleep. Cheryl left a massive hole in her […]


Easter coffee morning in memory of Joseph

On Thursday 20th April we hosted our second coffee morning and we are pleased to announce that we raised an amazing £654.30! Thank you to everyone who came to support us, who made cakes or bought raffle tickets from us, it was a great morning to help keep Joe’s memory alive! Charlotte Leyland


Sponsored walk in memory of Joseph

  On Monday 1st May, a group of Joe’s friends did a sponsored walk around Dovedale in the Peak District, to raise money in memory of Joe. At least the rain held off for their 6-mile walk! The total is yet to be confirmed due to the collection of sponsor money, but this is all […]


Portal 2017- Platform Project Awards in memory of Megan Jebson and Olivia Woodward

The Platform Project Awards are an annual awards ceremony held by Level 6 Events Management students from Sheffield Hallam University during the Live Event Management module, in order to celebrate the success of the whole year group’s efforts in the planning and delivering charity events. In 2017 Eventscape hosted the event (made up of students […]