Fundraising event organised in memory of Debbie Rendle
The Cornishman - 16th October 2013
Sylvia Pezzack, whose daughter Debbie Rendle died from an undetected heart condition in 2007, has organised a number of fundraising event to raise money and awareness of CRY.
Fundraising in memory of Jenny Bucknell
This is the West Country, 112th October 2013
The family of Jenny Bucknell, who died suddenly from an undiagnosed heart condition, have pledged to try to prevent it happening to others. A coffee, cake and craft morning will take place at Horton Village Hall on Sunday, 19th October in order to raise awareness of CRY.
Family and friends taking part in the Great Scottish Run
Evening Times, 4th October 2013
Aubrey Smith died during last years race from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome; This year his friends and family will be completing the run in his memory.
Oakdale School presented with heart defibrillator
Campaign Series, 1st October 2013
The defibrillator was donated to the school in memory of Jack Thomas, who died in February last year. £23,000 has been raised for CRY by Jack's family and friends.
Doctor to set out on 10,000 mile road trip for CRY
A Chipstead doctor has set out on a 10,000-mile charity road trip. Dr Ian McCurdie and his co-driver Paul Chambers are taking part in the Mongol Rally across Asia in Smart car! The trip is in support of Cardiac Risk in the Young.
The Squires Effect fancy dress raises funds for CRY
Harborough Mail, 27th June 2018
Amy Burke has dressed in different fancy-dress costumes for a week to raise funds in memory of her friend, Claire Squires, who died during the London Marathon last year.
Thousands of pounds raised in memory of Tom Hardman
Manchester Evening News, 27th June 2018
Friends and family of Tom Hardman ran the Bupa Manchester 10K last month in his memory. The four runners on the team finished the run in under an hour and managed to raise more than one thousand eight hundred pounds.
Football match in memory of Bexleyheath Academy student Philip Lamin
Bexley Times, 24th June 2013
More than 600 Bexleyheath Academy students, staff and parents gathered to remember Philip Lamin, who died in February from cardiac arrest. £3,000 was raised for CRY and Arrhythmia Alliance.
Fun day in memory of Paris Holden
Coventry Telegraph, 20th June 2018
A fun day is being organised in memory of Paris Holden, who died suddenly from heart failure aged twenty-one. Paris Holden suffered a cardiac arrest while visiting her grandmother’s home in Stoke Aldermoor last May.
Heart screening to remember Craig Salmon
A heart screening weekend in memory of Craig Salmon, who died suddenly at aged 27, has screened more than 200 young people. Craig's family and friends raised £12,000 in order to hold the heart screening, which took place at Marchington Village Hall
Paul Clabburn features in powerful new charity grief booklet
Ealing Today - 12th June 2013
Paul Clabburn has shared his experience and written a powerful and moving account of the death of his son Tom.