Kayleigh Andrews ran a stall at the RAF Digby Day Fundraiser on Saturday in support of her colleague, Ryan Morley, who has a heart condition. Kayleigh reports a busy, successful day and managed to raise £1,398 in total!
Bridlington Free Express, 14th August 2019 Two hundred young people were tested in Bridlington by the Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) mobile screening facility on August 6th and 7th in the town’s second screening event. The first day of the event was funded by Fraisthorpe Wind Farm Community Benefit Fund and the Two Ridings […]
283 young people were screened across three days in Scotland, with screenings at Stirling Albion FC’s Forthbank Stadium on Friday 9th August, and two days of screenings at Musselburgh East Community Learning Centre on 10th and 11th August. The screenings were held in memory of Ben Forsyth.
This walk was chosen by Harley’s Grandad Doug as his fundraising event for this year. Michelle Bourne (Harley’s mum) and Doug’s friend Stan Van Geleen did it with him. Family and friends miss Harley so very much and it’s made harder by not having a solid answer to why he’s gone, not ever knowing anything […]
East Lothian Courier, 10th August 2019 Ben Forsyth wasn’t a rugby player at Musselburgh Rugby Club but had friends there. Thanks to the fundraising efforts of Ben’s family the players have had the opportunity to take part in the free heart screening held at Musselburgh East Community Learning Centre organised by Cardiac Risk in the […]
Times Local News, 9th August 2019 26 year old Charlie Slocombe of Crowborough Athletic (and previously Tonbridge Angels) collapsed while playing a 5-a-side match and later died in hospital. In previous years triallist Junior Dian and Under-18 player Jack Maddams have both passed away from undiagnosed heart conditions. Players, and Tonbridge Angels former chairman (Jack’s father), […]
CRY Update 78 reports on all news, events and fundraising from January to April 2019. In March we announced two new additions to our group of CRY Ambassadors: England and GB international hockey player James Gall and artist Katy Jade Dobson. You can read about James and Katy and why they decided to support CRY […]
200 local young people were screened in Bridlington, East Yorkshire on the 6th and 7th of August 2019. The pair of screenings were held at Bridlington CYP, and Headlands School.
Capital FM, 9th August 2019 80 academy members over 14 years old will be joining the Ben Forsyth Memorial Fund and Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) to have their hearts screened for heart defects. Read more
187 young people were screened over the weekend of the 3rd and 4th of August 2019 at a pair of screenings at Swanwick School and Sports College in Swanwick, Derbyshire and at Abbeydale Sports Club in Sheffield. The screenings were held in memory of Neil Ward.