In the Media
Heart health and cycling
Cycling World – 18th June 2017 Cycling World’s fitness editor David Bradford investigates whether years of endurance cycling can adversely affect the heart. Read more
‘My world is now broken’: Mum’s moving tribute to second teenage daughter who died from rare heart condition
The Mirror – 10th June 2017 A mother who lost her teenage daughter to a rare heart condition three years after it claimed the life of her sister says her “world is now broken”. Read more
Calls For More Screening After Former Premier League Footballer Drops Dead
Sputnik International – 6th June 2017 …Dr Steven Cox, Chief Executive of the British charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), said: “The risk of cardiac arrest is higher in the African and Afro-Caribbean population but we need more research to find out why that is.” Read more
Family’s tragedy as two teenage sisters die suddenly from same deadly genetic condition
The Mirror – 29th May 2017 A devastated family have revealed their heartbreak at losing two of their teenage daughters to the same devastating genetic disorder. Read more
Heartbreak for family of sudden death schoolgirl after her teenage sister dies of same genetic heart disorder which claimed sibling’s life three years ago
The Mail – 30th May 2017 The family of a schoolgirl who died from an undiagnosed heart condition has suffered a further tragedy after the sudden death of the teen’s younger sister. Read more
£1,000 raised from nailathon
NAILS Magazine – 23rd May 2017 Lunula Nails and Beauty Studio celebrated their third anniversary by holding a 24-hour nailathon for CRY. Read more
This document offers advice to CRY fundraisers/supporters about dealing with the media in a number of standard scenarios.
This pack contains two template releases, advice on setting up a photo call and writing a photo call notice that you can use to inform your contact with local and national media.