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Claire Reed’s family campaign for heart screenings


BBC News online – 4th April 2013 The family of a 22-year-old Claire Reed has called for more screening to detect undiagnosed heart conditions. £5,000 has already been raised which will supply a day of screening for young people in Southampton Read more

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4th April 2013


Match honours lost team-mates


A charity afternoon paid a lasting tribute to the memories of two young Bognor Regis hockey players.

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24th March 2011


Siblings to tackle Great North Run


Five Armagh brothers, and their sister, are taking part in the Great North Run on Sunday to raise funds for CRY.

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27th September 2007


Father calls for compulsory screening


The father of John McCall, the Royal School rugby team's Schools' Cup-winning captain who died as a result of a heart defect in 2004, has once again callled for more screening of young people.

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We will never forget our little sunshine girl


Little Kallista Heavey was just eight months old when she died suddenly in Paris of what was initially thought to be an allergice reaction.

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23rd June 2007


Club's fundraiser for cardiac group


Cardiac screening can eliminate many young deaths and to this aim CRY has set up a special clinic in Northern Ireland where they will screen young individuals between the ages of 14 and 35.

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1st March 2007


Tickets for gig tribute go well


Music fans are set to travel from far and wide to attend a concert in Malvern being staged by a Worcestershire band in tribute to a great friend of theirs who died after a cardiac malfunction.

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28th November 2006


Cry for all our kids


The family of Armagh school-boy John McCall – who died as a result of a heart defect while playing rugby in 2004 – are advising all parents to have their children screened.

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9th November 2006


Dancers launch new charity calendar


Yetminster's Dollywood Dancers celebrated their sixth birthday recently and launched their 2007 charity calendar.

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5th October 2006


Charity to benefit from family run


An Armagh family are gearing up to take part in the Bupa Great North Run to raise funds for CRY.

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28th September 2006


Daywalker prepares to rock the crowds


Wirral band Daywalker will be gigging with the X Factor's Tabby this weekend.

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2nd August 2006


Bereaved mum helps others cope with grief


Joan Hillier was devastated when her daughter, Laura, collapsed and died. Now she is a bereavement supporter, helping others

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10th July 2006


College team runs half-marathon in Seb's memory


Two years after the tragic death of Sebastian English teachers and pupils ran in the Bath-Half Marathon in his memory

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2nd June 2006


Nurse's heart stopped at the shock of her


Inquest to be re-opened for Lisa Jane Browne

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29th April 2006


Penguin moved too fast for me


John Inverdale#s thoughts on the Bath half marathon

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22nd March 2006


Brothers' marathon effort for CRY


Brothers Matthew, Paul and Mark Nicholson run the Adidaas Silverstone Half Marathon on Sunday 19th March

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9th March 2006


Mum wins battle for fresh inquest into nurse's death


A North Wales mum whose daughter died when her alarm clock was triggered yesterday won her five-year battle for a new inquest

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15th February 2006


Cindy's 13,000ft leap for charity


Cindy Pride raised £390 for CRY doing a sponsored parachute jump

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8th December 2005


Book gives 101 reasons to get up


Eddie Farrow urges people to buy CRY charity book

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5th November 2005


County boy's photo featured in cardiac campaign


Robert Poysor features on new CRY postcard

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24th October 2005


Golf day boost for charity


The Annual Howard Jennings CRY Memorial Golf Tournament attracted over 60 players and raised £2,600 for CRY

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23rd September 2005


Ball raises cash in memory of Oliver


Summer Ball in memory of Oliver Montague raises over £7000 for CRY

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22nd September 2005


Tribute is paid to a gifted youngster


Concert held in memory of Alex Buckler raises money for CRY

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Andy Scott benefit fund


Andy Scott is a 32-year-old former professional footballer (Sheffield United, Brentford, Oxford and Leyton Orient) who has been forced to retire from the game after doctors warned any physical exercise could kill him. Andy has been diagnosed with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM), a genetic disorder which restricts the efficient pumping of blood around the body due […]

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9th July 2005


Estate agents take the field for charity


Estate Agents enter charity six-a-side football tournament to raise money for CRY

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20th July 2005


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