CRY partnership with intu, Uxbridge raises over £16,000

As our Charity of the Year partnership with Intu, Uxbridge comes to a close, we are delighted to announce that just over £16,000 has been raised for CRY in 2016 and 2017. The first event, during our two-year partnership, was a pop-up shop at the intu, Uxbridge Shopping Centre, stocked with items of clothing donated by

CRY Research Highlights 2016 Cardiac Risk in the Young’s research highlights from 2016.

An Evening with Gordon Banks in memory of James Colman

  On the 24th November ‘An Evening with Gordon Banks’ was hosted at the Mercure Maidstone Great Danes hotel in memory of James Colman. This special evening was to celebrate the Golden Anniversary of England’s World Cup victory. Guests enjoyed a photo meet-and-greet session and three course meal before sitting back to listen to the legendary

Fundraising in memory of Danielle Rowe

In the last 3 months of 2016, after losing Danielle to sudden cardiac death earlier in the year; 3 charity events were held to raise money and awareness for CRY. In October 2016 there was a 10km mud run raising £1,320. In November 2016 the CRY Great Cake Bake raised £225.50. In December 2016, a charity

Great Cake Bake 2016 – in memory of Alan Lumley

Nicky and her Mum, Deirdre, held a Tea and Cake afternoon as part of the CRY Cake Bake in memory of Nicky’s partner, Alan, who died in April 2016. We held this event on Saturday 26th November 2016 (1pm-4pm) at Centrepoint in Bramhall village. We raised £2,021 on the day and with subsequent donations and a raffle at

'An Evening of Vocal Music' charity concert

For the second Christmas running, students from London’s Royal Academy of Music and fellow students from Knutsford raised the roof of St John’s Church in Knutsford when they performed ‘An Evening of Vocal Music’. The charity concert, raising money for CRY, was organised by former Knutsford Academy pupil Jake Phillips and made a very festive start

Sheffield City Hall Pantomime in memory of Neil Ward & Bruce Cousins

Two CRY families are nearly £1,000 better off thanks to the generosity of the folk of Sheffield. The Manor Operatic Society of Sheffield’s panto this year was Jack and the Beanstalk and two CRY families were lucky enough to be able to collect for CRY after the eight matinee performances at Sheffield’s City Hall. The families