Regional News

  • Year

Found 1428 Results
Page 1 of 58

London Bridges Walk in memory of Elise

Clacton Gazette – 21st July 2017 The parents of Elise Fitzpatrick along with family and friends took part in the 11th annual CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk. Read more

London Bridges walk in memory of George

Loughborough Echo – 20th July 2017 Melanie Brown and her family took part in the 11th annual CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk in memory of George Morgan. Read more

Football match for CRY allows dream day out for Wolves fan

Leamington Courier – 20th July 2017 A Wolves fan was a guest of honour by opponents Leamington FC at the recent fundraising match in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young. Read more

Team to take on obstacle course challenge for charity

Gazette & Herald – 20th July 2017 A team of women will be taking on the ‘Dirty Hero’ challenge on Saturday to raise money for good causes. One member of the team, Elaine Otterburn, will be raising money for CRY in memory of her partner’s brother Mike Scott. Read more

Teachers cycle length of Britain in memory of pupils

Accrington Observer – 19th July 2017 Two teachers at Peel Park Primary in Accrington will be cycling from John O’Groats to Land’s End in just nine days in memory of two former pupils. Read more

Quiz night in memory of student Jake Dean

Stoke Sentinel – 18th July 2017 The family of 20-year-old Newcastle College student Jake Dean will be holding a quiz night this Friday in his memory.

North Dorset RFC sevens tournament

Gillingham News – 17th July 2017 The North Dorset 7s will return for its fifth year on Saturday at North Dorset RFC and will again be raising money for CRY in memory of club captain Max Biles. Read more

Family join London Bridges Walk in memory of Richard Merriman

Hemel Today – 17th July 2017 The family joined the walk on Sunday 9th July in memory of Richard Merriman, who died suddenly in 2012, aged 27. Read more

Running club raises almost £1,800 for charity

This is Local London – 14th July 2017 Ealing Eagles running club has raised almost £1,800 for the Tom Clabburn Memorial Fund and CRY through running and social events throughout the year. Read more

Schoolgirl raises £1,600 with charity bike ride

East London & West Essex Guardian – 10th July 2017 11 year-old Rae-Lei Prince, who was born with a hole in her heart, raised the money from a sponsored bike ride with 14 of her friends. Read more

Rugby sevens tournament set to be held for fifth time

Somerset Live – 10th July 2017 The North Dorset 7s has taken place every summer since 2013 in memory of Max Biles. One of the most established sevens tournaments in the country, the one-day event hosts some of the best Senior Men’s and Women’s Rugby 7s teams from across the UK. Read more

Vincent Regan joins grieving parents for poignant walk

Hull Daily Mail – 9th July 2017 The parents of Josh Fell were joined by the Hollywood actor for the 11th annual CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk on Sunday. Read more

Fashion show raises money for screenings

Crewe & Nantwich Guardian – 6th July 2017 A fashion show held in memory of Ceri Palmer nee Howells, who passed away from a sudden cardiac arrest in 2014, has raised almost £2,000 for CRY. Read more

Knutsford first responders screening day tests 98 young people

Knutsford Guardian – 3rd July 2017 Knutsford Community First Responders Trust held a cardiac screening day on Saturday at Knutsford Methodist Church in Cheshire. Read more

Etwall Rotary Club donates £2,000 to good causes

Burton Mail – 3rd July 2017 Etwall Rotary Club in Derbyshire have donated £2,000 to eight different charities and causes from the area at its yearly Community Awards night. Read more

Teachers complete Mud Run in memory of pupil

Stoke Sentinel – 3rd July 2017 Six staff members from Painsley Catholic College completed the JCB Mud Run in memory of Joe Leyland who died just a week after collecting his GCSE results. Read more

Daughter completes charity trek in memory of her footballing father

Daily Record – 30th June 2017 Megan O’Donnell joined with her father’s former Celtic team-mates to commemorate his life by completing the West Highland Way and climbing Ben Nevis for CRY. Read more

Football club hosts heart screening in memory of Jack Atkinson

Daily Gazette – 30th June 2017 Holland FC will be hosting a screening for young footballers on 8th & 9th July in memory of teenager Jack Atkinson, who collapsed on the pitch last year. Read more

Industry puts best foot forward for Rob Worboys charity – 28th June 2017 A group of property professionals battled through the wind and rain in honour of Rob Worboys, the popular agent from Edinburgh, who tragically passed away last year at the age of just 27 due to an unknown heart condition. Read more

Hornchurch school raises almost £28,000 for charity

Romford Recorder – 29th June 2017 The Campion School in Hornchurch held fundraising events to raise money for a number of charities including Cardiac Risk in the Young. Read more

Leamington FC to host charity match for CRY

Leamington Observer – 27th June 2017 The club hope to raise £3,500 to fund a screening day for young people aged 14-35. The game will see a Brake XI team against a Wolves Legends team that will include ex-professionals. Read more

Charity swimathon at Altrincham Swimming Club

Messenger Newspapers – 27th June 2017 Altrincham Swimming Club will celebrate 25 years of producing top class swimmers with a charity 25 hour swimathon this weekend. Read more

Rowing one million metres for CRY

Bracknell News – 27th June 2017 Tony Eames from Wokingham is taking on the mammoth challenge to raise awareness of CRY. Read more

Rotherham schoolgirl to take part in relay swim across English Channel

The Star – 27th June 2017 Robyn Dyson, aged 15, will be the youngest member of the relay team as they attempt to swim the 21 miles across the English Channel. Read more

Dundee screening held in memory of Pete McAvoy

Evening Telegraph – 27th June 2017 The CRY team attended a screening at Harris Academy in Dundee in memory of Pete McAvoy. Read more

Page 1 of 58