In the run up to Heart Month 2020, Hampshire Cricket Foundation [the aligned charity to Hampshire Cricket and the Ageas Bowl] came together with CRY
“Just prior to Christmas Day, the UK National Screening Committee published its conclusion to the consultation reconfirming the UK NSC does not recommend systematic population
Dr Steven Cox, CRY’s CEO has today written to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock, urging him to make greater investments to areas of the NHS currently being ‘propped up’ by charity and volunteer section.
50 MPs came to the charity’s first ever ‘drop in’ session, held at Portcullis House, hosted by long term supporter of CRY and Chair of
On Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 October 2018 around 200 local young people will be screened by CRY thanks to a large donation awarded by
• One in 50 players had a heart abnormality that needed ongoing monitoring • Almost three quarters of footballers diagnosed were able to return to
Politics Home, 5th July 2018 CRY Ceo Dr Stephen Cox writes about ongoing CRY initiative #MPSupportforCRY and news from the world health organisation: “This month
CRY are pleased to announce the launch of a 12-month heart screening programme for elite athletes at key sites across the UK in memory of