The Hesmondhalgh family screening was held at the Garstang Academy, in Lancashire on 25th & 26th February 2017. 95 young people were screened in memory of Matthew Hesmonhalgh.
The Tonbridge Angels FC screening in memory of Jack Maddams took place on the 18th & 19th February 2017. It was funded from the Football Fightback Memorial Fund, and 191 young people were screened over the two days.
105 young people were screened in memory of Adam Lewis in Warrington on 11th February 2017. David Lloyd Warrington hosted the event.
The Nagra family screening, in memory of Pardeep Nagra, was held on 18th & 19th February 2017. Held at ‘The Way Youth Zone’ in Wolverhampton, 197 young people were screened over the two days. Mr Rob Marris MP for Wolverhampton South attended.
On the 14th January 2017, 96 people were screened at the USN Bolton Arena, Bolton, in memory of Andrew Patterson.
The Lewis family and CRY at the Leigh Sports Village, Leigh East screening on the 21st January 2017, in memory of Adam Lewis; 107 young people were screened on the day.
92 young people were screened at the Thomas Rotherham College in Rotherham, in memory of Lee Smith
91 young people were screened at Prescot School, Merseyside on the 4th February 2017 in memory of Joe Parkinson.
109 people were screened at Knypersley Sports Club in Stoke-on-Trent, on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 in memory of Jordan Burndred with £251 being donated on the day.
On Saturday 3rd December 2016 CRY held a screening clinic at Sandyford Community Fire Station in Stoke-on-Trent. 96 people were screened on the day in memory of Mark Hancock.