(Credit to former Mayor Rex Whittaker – who always attends for the whole match – for the above photo’s.) On the evening of Thursday 10th October, East Grinstead Town Football Club were host, once again, to the 16th annual ‘Adam Dabell Memorial Cup and Trophy’ football match between Imberhorne and Sackville 6th Forms – in […]
Lincolnshire Live, 20th October 2019 Christopher Rushton passed away suddenly this year at only 32 years old of an undiagnosed heart condition. His family, devastated by his passing, decided to honour his memory by fundraising for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). His parents, Christine and Bob Rushton, along with other members of the family, […]
On Saturday 12 October 2019 we held a Cake Sale for CRY, in memory of Sam Moodey. As well as a huge number of home baked cakes, we sold home made jam and chutney, plants, and had a large raffle. It was a successful day with many friends and family popping in to buy cakes […]
Tarryn Lowth, Ryan Joint, Ruth Burrows, John Drewett, Andy Fraser, Rosen Petrov, Joanne Farr and Kev Saunders all took part in the Cardiff Half Marathon in Memory of Dean Fletcher.
My daughter Hayley is terrified of heights so when her husband Rich got her up the CN Tower in Toronto Canada on their holiday in May 2018, her Dad and I were pleased he was helping her face her fears. Very sadly this was their last time away as on 9th June (2 weeks later) […]
102 local young people were screened on Saturday 12th October at Great Totham Primary School in Maldon, Essex. The screening was held in memory of Charlotte Adams.
“Gosh, what to say… It was a hard, muddy event. Millie’s first ever 10km and undoubtedly the hardest 10km I’ve ever done (bearing in mind I did the Loch Ness marathon last weekend!). For a 12 year old to do, it was a phenomenal achievement. It rained most of the event, we had water up to […]
Shetland News, 14th October 2019 A campaign to bring Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) free heart screenings to Shetland is now near its original target of £25,000, having raised more than £23,000 following 6 months of fundraising events such as a sponsored toddler cycle and walk, Sunday tea, concerts, buffets, head shaves and more. […]
“It was a brilliant day! Hard work but so much fun! Will be doing it again next year!” – Alex Taffs
Saturday 19th October from noon at Coatham Memorial Hall, Redcar. Admission: £2 for adults, children under 12 are free. In memory of Martin Wailes, Bobbie Black, and other friends and young people who have died too early.