A Beeford man is to raise money in memory of Josh
Fell who collapsed and died while playing football after school.
Nick Prout is taking on the charity challenge by
cycling across the Alps in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY).
He will e embark on a 200 mile, three-day cycle
trip in the mountains of the French Alps, and aims to raise more than £1,500
for the charity. Josh died in June lat year from sudden adult death
A director of an engineering company, Mr Prout,
43, is raising money for Cry because of a chance meeting in August last year
when he took his son to collect his GCSE results from Hornsea school.
While he was waiting for his son, he met Richard
and Donna Fell, who had gone to the school to pick up Josh's exam results a
few weeks after his death.
He said: "I couldn't imagine the emotions they
must have been going through." "That's when I decided I wanted to do
something to try to help the family and Cry is conducting extremely
important research in a hope that no other family has to cope with
heartbreak of losing a child without warning." To donate online visit