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Tommy Day always enjoyed a challenge and following his tragically sad death earlier this year some of Tom’s family and friends all joined together to form Team Tommy D and set themselves the challenge to do the National 3 Peaks in 24 hours – well 27 hours later we finished managing to raise a staggering […]
These photos are from our musical evening with Joseph O’Brien, who is a wonderful singer and entertainer and a great supporter of Rory’s Foundation. We raised £220.00 on the evening which was greatly enjoyed by all who attended. The photos show 2 of Joseph entertaining us. One of Jo Mills who as always worked very hard […]
ITV News, 23rd November 2017 Donna and Richard Fell talk about their involvement of CRY and the importance of research leading up to the CRY Parliamentary Reception 2017. Watch here
Daily Mail. 22 November 2017 Montana Brown lost her friend, Harry Faulker in 2013 when they were both just seventeen. Last night at the House of Commons, she spoke to MPs about the profound impact it had on her life and her struggle to come to terms with the sudden loss of Harry. The new […]
Yorkshire Life, 22nd November 2017 The event was held in the ground of Wharfedale RUFC, bringing together a number of speakers and raised £30,000 for Cardiac Risk in the Young and Wharfedale RUFC. Read more
BBC Newcastle Alfie and Anna talk to Deborah & David Anderson about their son, Dean Anderson, and the work the family does fundraising for CRY heart screenings at the start of CRY’s Raising Awareness Week. Listen here: (50:30)
Stray FM, 21st November 2017 The charity football tournament, in memory of Adam Tennant who passed away in 2007, will take place on 9th June 2018 at Harrogate Town’s ground. The tounament will feature 26 six-a-side teams of mixed ages; alongside that there will be a raffle during the day and an auction in the […]
Hull Daily Mail, 20th November 2017 Donna and Richard Fell have funded screenings for more than 1,6000 young people since the death of their son, Josh, in 2011. They will be headed to the CR Parliamentary Reception in Westminster tomorrow evening in order to get across their cause to MP’s; CRY believe all young people […]
BBC Radio Humberside Donna and Richard Fell talk about their son, Josh Fell, CRY’s Raising awareness week, and their belief that heart screenings should be mandatory in schools. Listen here (2:49:50)
This is a donation to CRY resulting from the Community Matters programme at the Waitrose in Sidmouth. The cheque has been sent to CRY to go to the Jonathan Hayman Memorial Fund. Julie Marish of Waitrose presented the cheque to Marion Hayman.
On the 23rd September 2017 on what would have been Aaron’s 30th Birthday, myself, my husband Gary, daughter Hollie, friends, and Aaron’s close friends took on the Yorkshire 3 Peaks. We arrived in Yorkshire on the Friday evening where we had dinner and discussed what lay ahead the following day. We had an early start […]
Chichester Observer, 10th November 2017 Curtis Harrison and Peter Lockyer have set off on a cycle ride from Southbourne to Germany in memory of their friend, David Green. David passed away in 2010 due to an undiagnosed heart condition. Curtis and Peter hope to raise £1000 for CRY by cycling 456 miles. Read more
These are photos from the Distant Memories Halloween Event at which we raised £31.87 for Rory’s Foundation at CRY. A good time was had by all. Thank you to Carol Dawson for organising the event. Anne Embling
Fran talks about the loss of her brother Oliver at the age of 26 from young sudden cardiac death and how through CRY they will be holding local screenings in his memory. CRY Chief Executive Dr Steven Cox explains more about young sudden cardiac death and the role that CRY is playing in trying to […]
Great Totham Primary School hosted a screening on the 27th May 2017 in memory of Charlotte Adams. 93 young people were screened.
On the 2nd & 3rd June 2017 Sir Harry Smith Community College in Peterborough, held a screening for local young people. 197 young people were screened over the two days.
The screening took place over the weekend of 10th & 11th June at the John F Kennedy School in Hemel Hemstead where Richard was a student. 185 young people were screened.
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th November 2017 9am – 6pm Low Road Nursery, Clowne After a successful two years, we look forward to your support for our third cake and coffee day; but this time it’s a weekend raising funds for the Bethany Mycroft Memorial Fund. Handmade cakes, confectionery and preserves will be on sale […]
The Melksham Independent, 9th November 2017 A McColl’s store in Melksham have raised over £600 for CRY by taking on a walking challenge. Store manager, Tracey Griffin came up with the idea to walk from the shop on Pembroke Road to Strattons Walk, 624 times – the estimated number of how many young people die […]
Keynsham Voice, 9th November 2017 Jack Boulton passed away in August 2009 of an undiagnosed heart condition, since then his parents, June & Dave Boulton have raised an incredible £115,000 for CRY. The family have funded heart screenings for around 600 young people since 2013, and it has now been announced that £50,000 of the […]
Wales Online, 6th November 2017 The teammates of Dominic Newton, who died in 2016 while playing basketball, have organised a memorial basketball event for their friend. The tournament will feature 8 – 10 teams, made up of the Owls, Dominic’s former team, and teams including friends, former colleagues and lecturers. The team hope to raise […]
Burton Mail, 7th November 2017 Ashby Round Table took on the challenge to break the current Guinness World Record of team marathon trampolining. While the result is yet to be confirmed by officials, the team bounced for a total of 25 and a half hours, rotating bouncers in 30 minute shifts. The team were required […]
Belfast Telegraph – 4th November 2017 Lauren McCaughtry’s partner Matthew Thompson died from an undetected heart condition while out jogging. Thanks to Lauren’s subsequent heart campaign over 200 M&S employees have been screened in his memory. Read more
Sunderland Echo, 3rd November 2017 The family of Kevin Paterson have put on a heart screening in his memory. Kevin was just 36 when he died suddenly after completing the Birmingham Great Run in 2012, and the screening day marks the 5th anniversary of his death. Patricia Toft, Kevin’s mother and his family have raised […]
The Scottish Sun, 29th October 2017 CELTIC and Motherwell plan to pay tribute to the late Phil O’Donnell at the Betfred Cup Final, ten years after the former Celts start died. O’Donnell’s friends and family support the heart screening charity CRY — Cardiac Risk in the Young — with former team-mates Simon Donnelly, Jackie McNamara and […]
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