Stoke Sentinel, 13th July 2019
Dan Hughes passed away at just 28 years old in March of 2015. Since then, his parents, Sue and David Hughes have been fundraising for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) in his memory, raising more than £200,000 to support the charity’s heart screenings for young people. The Dan Hughes Memorial Cricket Tournament and Fun Day is their annual event, this year held at the Bignall End Cricket Club on Sunday. This year, visitors had a chance to win a Kia Picanto, supplied by Ken Jervis Kia in Cobridge.
“We are very grateful to Mark Hudson and everyone at Ken Jervis Kia for supporting us in this way. It’s fantastic we have been able to work together to make this happen,” said David. “This is our biggest fund raising event of the year and we are hoping the chance to win this brand new car will attract even more people.” Read More