CRY launches campaign to challenge Government statistics on young sudden cardiac deaths

The national charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is unveiling an emotive new campaign to urge the Government to commission an immediate review of the evidence behind its National Screening Committee’s recent decision not to recommend a cardiac screening programme for young people in the UK. The long-awaited announcement (30 July 2015) upheld a recommendation

BBC Lifeline Appeal CRY was chosen to be the charity Lifeline promoted in February, and the broadcast was lent some star power when our Patron Pixie Lott agreed to present the appeal. The 25-year-old singer has been superb in her efforts to help raise awareness over the past six years and her commitment to be the anchor for

Marlow screening

On the 21st and 22nd March 2015 CRY held a screening clinic at The Doctors’ House Surgery in Marlow, Buckinghamshire. 165 people were screened over the two days. Feed back from Dr Shona Lockie: “It was a pleasure – you were all very professional and the feedback I have got from those that came was that

Miners' Arms Charity

In January 2015 Elaine received a cheque from Roy Cutts at the Miners’ Arms.  This was reported in the Dronfield Eye as follows.   A big well done to Roy Cutts and Dronfield Woodhouse’s Miners’ Arms Charity Circle members who continue to raise thousands of pounds for local charities.  The result of fundraising during 2014 were

Clarksons' Staff Row for Roger – 23rd March 2015 On Thursday 19 March Clarksons’ teams from around the globe went head-to-head in a sponsored rowing challenge. Their goal was to beat a containership transitting the Panama Canal. Their goal was to beat a containership transitting the Panama Canal. Read More

Wellington College screening

Cardiac Risk in the Young held a screening day at Wellington College in Berkshire on the 20th March 2015. 82 students were screened on the day.