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Beer Festival raising money for charity

Northwich Guardian – 20th September 2017 Northwich Beer Festival will be raising money for a number of good causes this weekend including Cardiac Risk in the Young. Last year £10,000 was donated to a number of good causes. Read more

London to Amsterdam cycle challenge completed in memory of Kris Cook

Get Surrey – 19th September 2017 Nicola Tait and Sandie Robertson took on the 400 mile cycle in memory of Nicola’s partner Kris, who collapsed whilst taking part in the RideLondon-Surrey 100 event in 2014. Read more

College student Jake Dean’s family hope to raise money for a screening session

Stoke Sentinel – 25th May 2017 Jake’s family have confirmed that he died from an undiagnosed heart condition, and now hope to raise money for a heart screening session to help others. Read more

Frome community group hold charity golf day

Frome Times – 23rd May 2017 The Lions Club of Frome at Orchardleigh Golf Club held a charity golf day to raise money for CRY.

Volunteer responders in Knutsford celebrate awards

Knutsford Guardian – 23rd May 2017 Knutsford Community First Responders, made up entirely of volunteers, won national, regional, and local awards. Read more

Rae-Lei Prince recruits help of celebrities to help raise money for children with heart conditions like hers

East London & West Essex Guardian – 22nd May 2017 School girl recruits Usain Bolt, Stormzy & Fabrice Muamba to help her raise money for other children with similar heart conditions to her, after being diagnosed with heart problems when she was three. Read more

The car will be the star as classic show returns to Scolton Manor

Western Telegraph – 21st May 2017 …In the run-up to the show, a classic car run, organised by Celtic Charity Classic Tours, is taking place on Saturday, June 3, starting from Scolton Manor at 11am. Entry to the run is £5, with funds raised going to the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young. Read more

£10,000 raised to provide heart screenings

Peterborough Telegraph – 21st May 2017 Deborah Slator’s incredible fundraising effort has seen £10,000 raised in just three months. Read more  

Hornchurch school to hold screenings for cardiac risk in students

Romford Recorder – 20th May 2017 Peter Patterson has organised the event alongside CRY in memory of his son James, who died of a cardiac arrest in 2005. Read more

Bereaved parents are raising awareness of Sudden Adult Death Syndrome

Braintree & Witham Times – 20th May 2017 Parents are running the Para10 in their daughters memory to raise money and awareness for un-diagnosed heart conditions. Read more

Fundraising cake sale in memory of Aashi Sinha

Romford Recorder – 18th May 2017 A fundraising cake sale, in memory of 18 year old Aashi Sinha will be held on Saturday at the Catholic Church of Christ the Eternal High Priest, Brentwood Road, Gidea Park, on Saturday from 11am, to raise money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (Cry). Read more

Defibrillator unveiled in memory of Alex brown

Express & Star – 17th May 2017 Since his passing, his family and friends have been raising funds to pay for heart screenings through Cardiac Risk in the Young. As well as this, they want to install public access defibrillators in memorable places to Alex around the West Midlands. Read more

Scolton Manor Car Show fundraising for CRY

Tenby Observer – 16th May 2017 This event is being organised by Celtic Charity Classic Tours,with the entry fee of £5 going to the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young. Read more

Darlington Zumbathon in memory of Alan Lumley

The Northern Echo – 14th May 2017 The family of Alan have completed a charity ‘Zumbathon’ in his memory. Read more

Cyclists raised more than £1,000 for CRY

Halesowen News – 14th May 2017 The money was raised by completing 100 laps of a track as part of a memorial event. Read more

Fundraising Zumba challenge

The Northern Echo – 12th May 2017 Friends and family of Alan Lumley will remember him with at a fundraising event this weekend. Read more

Fundraising football match in memory of Mike Clarke

Winsford Guardian – 13th May 2017 A charitable football tournament and family fun day will be held in Whitegate in memory of Mike Clarke, who died following a heart attack while playing for Whitegate Football Club. Read more

New football kit in memory of Nick Preston

Totnes Today – 11th May 2017 Broadhempston’s new strip reflect the colours the team wore during Nick’s early days at the club, while also bearing heart charity Cardiac Risk in the Young’s logo. Read more

CRY team on BBC Radio Shropshire

BBC Radio Shropshire – 8th May 2017 Dr Parry-Williams explained what happens when someone is screened and Sue talks about why she became involved with CRY. Listen here (1:11:35 and 1:48:20)

South Derbyshire family appeal for screenings

Burton Mail – 12th March 2017 The family of much-loved 27-year-old James Murgatroyd, who died of an undiagnosed heart condition, are determined to raise awareness and funds for screenings in his memory. Murgatroyd Read more

Woman crowned Miss Cambridgeshire 2017 after raising money for CRY

Cambridge News – 10th May 2017 Amy Johnson impressed judges by raising more than £800 for two charities after losing a friend at school to Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome. Read more

TH96 run for Tom Hardman

Rochdale Online – 12th March 2017 The fourth TH96 event took place on Saturday.

More than £7,000 raised in memory of James Colman

North Somerset Times – 10th May 2017 The team climbed four mountains In memory of former teammate James Colman, who tragically passed away just over a year ago. Read more

Chairty football game in memory of Kyle Hancock

Derbyshire Times – 10th March 2017 The football family for a young man whose life was tragically cut short, with money raised to go to CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young). Read more

Sevens Touch team aim to raise funds for three top charities

Sheffield Town Talk – 10th May 2017 All money raised from the game will go to St Luke’s Hospice in Sheffield, Chesterfield’s Ashgate Hospice and Cardiac Risk in the Young. Read more

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