Read Update 47 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
Read Update 48 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
24th to 28th November 2008 Nearly a thousand pounds has been raised for CRY and the Tom Clabburn Memorial Fund by Year Nine students at Notting Hill and Ealing High School in West Ealing. Helena Lacey (on the left in the picture to the right) – a student at the school who had known Tom all
November 2008 Many thanks to all who entered the fiendishly difficult CRY Raising Awareness Week 2008 Quiz – it was certainly a serious mental challenge! No-one who entered managed to get all the answers correct, and so the first and second prizes were awarded to the entrants who got most answers correct. 1st Prize – Holiday
On 25th October 2008, my friend Judy and myself (Marilyn), had a stall in the Foyer of Asda to raise awareness and funds for CRY. This is something that we had planned to do for some time, and so we tried to get it to coincide with CRY’s Raising Awareness week as best we could. My
14th October 2008 October 14th 2006 – two years ago we lost a precious member of our family. We are still grieving and always will be, such a lovely person so sadly missed by all. Like a lot of others at that time we were so wrapped up in our own little world, oblivious to the
10th to 16th October 2008 Mary Abraham helped to raise awareness of CRY in Winchester during CRY’s Raising Awareness Week 2008. Mary had a table of CRY information in the Marks and Spencers store in Hedge End, Southampton; and also sold lots of copies of the CRY Raising Awareness Week Quiz to people in the Great
Little Ealing Primary School held a second hand toy sale/cake sale on Thursday 9th October to raise funds for CRY in memory of Tom Clabburn. A total sum of £536 was raised. CRY materials were displayed to further raise awareness, as were the collection shakers. Notification of the BBC radio 4 broadcast for the 13th October
5th October 2008 We had a full house at the salon on October 5th and all my staff gave up their time, as well as some of my friends. Tam and the girls were there, and Tam’s sisters also came down for the day – getting their hair cut and joining in with the fun. We
5th October 2008 The streets of Newcastle were busy on Sunday 5th October 2008 with 52,000 runners pounding the pavements. The BUPA Great North Run’s 13.1 mile route starts in Newcastle passing through the Tyne Bridge onto Gateshead, then South Tyneside before finishing in South Shields on the coast. I managed to complete the run in