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Tragic mum's bid to save youngsters

Ruth Lowe campaigning to raise awareness of CRY in memory of her son Andrew Parr

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17th June 2005

Mother's mission to raise SADS profile

Sharen Stables seeks to raise awareness of CRY after losing her son Lee

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10th June 2005

Heart risks for young highlighted

CRY information day held in Omagh


9th June 2005

Parachute jump to raise cardiac awareness

Chris Nichols does parachute jump to raise money for CRY

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1st June 2005

Alarm clock tragedy mum calls for new probe

Inquest into the death of Lisa Jane Browne may be re-opened following new DNA evidence that she died of Long QT syndrome

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8th May 2005

Families unite to tackle cruel killer

Families attend the launch of CRY's Northern Ireland postcard

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6th May 2005

Runners take the marathon course to charitable victory

Tessa Denham-Cookes ran the London Marathon for CRY


22nd April 2005

Birdman home – behind rhino

Sue Barnard runs London Marathon for CRY


21st April 2005

Tessa's marathon effort helps charity

Tessa Denham-Cookes ran the London Marathon for CRY


Runner gears up for marathon challenge

Tessa Denham-Cookes to run the London Marathon to raise money for CRY


10th February 2005

Centre staff raise memorial cash

Staff at Land Warfare Centre raise money for CRY in memory of Julian Wort

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14th January 2005

Rare illness almost cost Scott, 27, his life

Scott Fleming talks about how WPW almost cost him his life


6th January 2005

Pub patrons get on bikes

Patrons of the Tite Inn undertake charity bike ride for CRY


29th September 2004

Charity golf tournament raises £2,000

The 8th annual Howard Jennings memorial golf tournament raises over £2000 for CRY

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24th September 2004

MP bowled over by cricketer

Dr Julian Lewis joins Ian Botham at Parliamentary Group for Cardiac Risk in the Young

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20th September 2002

Sun shines on charity golfers

More than 100 golfers held their breath on Sunday morning before it was announced that Little Hay Golf Course could open for their charity tournament after the previous day’s continual rain. They had feared the course might be too waterlogged, but Sunday’s glorious sunshine quickly lifted their spirits. The tournament included five women golfers for the first time this year […]

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11th October 2000

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