Representatives Information Day Feedback 2018

Thank you for joining us at the CRY Information Day. We hope you found the day to be both helpful and productive. We would be most grateful if you could spare us a few minutes of your time to complete the short questionnaire below. It will help staff at CRY to evaluate the day. Notice: […]

Beefy foundation

1 2 3 4 5 6 Sir Ian Botham and CRYA team that loves to create In 2002, we were very proud to announce Sir Ian Botham as one of our first Patrons. The first event Beefy attended for CRY was at Parliament at the launch of the Cardiac Risk in the Young All Party […]

Deborah Anderson – Durham

My name is Deborah Anderson and I was truly blessed to have four healthy fit children. Three daughters and one son. Then in 1998 my son, Dean, caught a chest infection and my family doctor, who examined him, said she thought he may have a heart murmur and would like to have him checked at […]


New data protection law: your questions answered The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the new data law that comes into force on 25th May 2018. It affects how every organisation, including Cardiac Risk in the Young, can communicate with you.   We have prepared a Q&A section, which we hope answers your questions. If […]

Timperley Boneshakers Manchester to Morecombe (and back) bike ride

On the weekend of 23rd and 24th September 2017, over 30 cyclists from Timperley Boneshakers cycled to Morecombe and back. This was organised by Ian Elliot to raise funds in memory of Chloe Waddell, who died suddenly of an undiagnosed heart defect in February 2013 at the age of 16. Chloe’s mum, Fiona, and sister Holly, […]

Dom Day 2017

The annual Dom Day was held on Saturday 18th of November at the LC Swansea with donations from all attending going to Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). This year there was more than just a tournament at this event – there was also entertainment going on throughout the day which included a cake sale, […]

Bridlington Marks & Spencer raising awareness for CRY

During CRY’s Raising Awareness Week staff at Marks and Spencer in Bridlington held an awareness stand for 2 days in the local shopping centre. They handed out leaflets and had literature available for the public to read. It was a very productive day and was a great success with Donna and Rich Fell coming along […]