Llanrumney screening in memory of Owen Morris

217 local young people were screened at Llanrumney Medical Centre in Cardiff on the weekend of the 30th November and 1st of December 2019. The screenings were held in memory of Owen Morris.

Annual CRY Great Cake Bake & Coffee Morning

On Friday 22nd November 2019, the fifth annual CRY Coffee Morning & Cake Bake fundraising event took place at St. Barnabas Church Hall, Swanland in memory of local teenager, Jamie Loncaster. As always, there had been many months of pre-planning and promotion of the event. Once again some early “save the date” notices were circulated […]

Matthew’s Legacy Tree

295 leaves form the basis of the tree.  Fallen from the beech tree that stands sentinel over Matt’s grave, each leaf represents a person that has been screened by CRY at Garstang during 2019 in memory of Matthew 13 red hearts signify the number of screening days sponsored by Matt’s Fund to date 28 acorns […]

Family Fundraises for CRY Screenings in Memory of Son Martyn Luckett

Devon Live, 1st December 2019 Martyn Luckett passed away suddenly at just 19 years old in 2005 due to an undiagnosed heart condition, myocarditis. In the wake of his tragic death, his family have ensured more than 2000 young people in Devon have been screened for hidden heart conditions. Thanks to the efforts of Martyn’s […]

Murder Mystery Night Raises Funds for CRY

Tenby Observer, 1st December 2019 The Amroth Arms pub in collaboration with Harvey’s Murder Mystery Group recently hosted a fundraising Murder Mystery dinner event in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). A three course meal was served to nearly 100 guests while an interactive ‘Murder Mystery’ took place for them to discover ‘whodunnit’. […]

Pub to Release ‘Tongue in Cheek” Calendar for CRY

Harborough Mail, 26th November 2019 The Nag’s Head Pub in Harborough is about to release a “cheeky” calendar to raise money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). The idea for the calendar came from Amy Lockwood, a bar maid at the pub. Her husband passed away two years ago of Brugada Syndrome, a condition […]

University College School : Junior Branch – Big Breakfast

This year our school annual ‘Big Breakfast’ was an extra special event as it was dedicated to the memory of Sam Moodey, the son of a former school nurse, who died from an undiagnosed genetic heart condition in 2018. Money was raised for the charity ‘CRY – Cardiac Risk in the Young’ who help raise […]

Free Cardiac Screenings to be Held at the Ageas Bowl in Memory of Claire Reed

Eastleigh News, 25th November 2019 Claire Reed was just 22 years old when she suddenly collapsed and passed away due to an undiagnosed heart condition while she was out with friends. Since she passed away in 2013, her family have honoured her memory by raising over £75,000 to provide heart screenings for young people in […]

Churchill Community College Cake Bake

On 22nd November Churchill Community College held their 3rd Cake Bake sale in memory of David White. Parents, teachers and pupils donated/baked cakes and raised a fantastic £164.50. Lisa Steel