Read Update 51 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 53 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.
Indian travel literature portrays the vast Asian sub-continent as a cross between utter chaos and pure serenity and based on our experiences of this incredible country, we couldn’t be more in agreement with this assessment. Back in September 2010, we – Tom Hawes, Joe Norton, Alex Nicholls, Andy Thomson, John Smith and Dan Mason – set
19th September 2010 A council officer left ‘high and dry’ after the cancellation of the Great North Swim decided to swim her own one-mile challenge at Crosby Marina. Jude Burgess, who works in Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council’s Tree and Woodland team, was among the thousands of competitors due to race in Lake Windermere earlier this month
My name is Collette and in January 2010 my partner James died suddenly from a heart condition, leaving family and friends shocked and devastated. James was just 33 years old. He was an amazing partner in every way – hardworking, keen sportsman, full of fun and one of the most loving and kindest people you could
After leaving Minehead on July 8th I have now finally completed the 630 mile walk around the South West Coast path. I arrived at South Haven Point in Poole on Thursday 19th August – 6 weeks after setting off from Minehead. The walk was great. I met some amazing characters; saw some stunning places and had
We set off at 4pm from the foot of the South Downs in sweltering heat, which gradually progressed to icy fog once we reached the summits. The first twenty miles were relatively calm, easy and in sunlight but when night fell things got trickier. Map reading became more complicated and encouraged us to go quite badly
Just before Christmas last year my brother, Andrew, announced that he was thinking of cycling across the Pyrenees in June for my son, Rich’ and would Pete, my husband, and myself be able to help in any way at all. In later months he admitted that I could be heard holding my breath from several miles
7th March 2010 We ran the event in CRY T-shirts and had Jack’s name and picture on the back. It was an emotional day and the team consisted of June Boulton (Jack’s mum); Liz Roberts and Kathryn Knibbs (Jack’s aunties); football team members Ian and Adam Rider, and Adam Hicks from Saltford; and friends Richard Ollis
On Friday 28th May Shaun’s friend, Samantha Brown, organised the charity event in his memory to celebrate of Shaun’s 25th birthday. The event raised £1,543 for CRY. There was a fashion show, which his sister Keelie took part in, the Star Dance Team, singers and disco. It all took place at the Notts Working Men’s Club, Leicester. About 250 tickets were sold