On the 11th and 12 of May 2019, 200 local young people were screened at Hornsea School and Language College in Hornsea, North Humberside. The screenings were held in memory of Josh Fell. 1923 people have now been screened in Josh’s memory.
On the 11th and 12th of May 2019, 218 local young people were screened at the Pickaquoy Centre in Kirkwall, Orkney. The screenings were held in memory of Alan Bain.
99 local young people were screened at Langley Park Primary School in Langley Park, Durham. The screening was held in memory of Robert Daniel Smith. Read more.
On the 1st of May 2019, 88 local young people were screened at Nationwide Building Society in Stoke-on-Trent. The screening was for local members of the community, with funding for it raised on Nationwide’s charity day.
Richmond and Twickenham Times, 14th May 2019 Brentford SportsFEST (formally Brentford Challenge) is now in it’s seventh year. This year it offered young people aged 14 to 35 the chance to have their hearts screened by Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). This screening was funded in memory of Robert Rowan who was Brentford FC’s […]
On the 5th of May 2019, 101 local young people were screened at the Kincraig Community Hall in Kincraig, Kincussie. The screening was held in memory of Morgan Evans.
Hull Daily Mail, 11th May 2019 Richard and Donna Fell lost their 15 year old son, Josh, to sudden arrythmic death syndrome (SADS) eight years ago as he played in an after school football match. He had not been diagnosed with a heart condition previously. Since then his parents have kept his memory alive through […]
The Scotsman, 13th May 2019 Stirling Albion’s Junior Academy has become the first football academy in Scotland to offer free electrocardiogram (ECG) tests to players. These tests can detect most of the defects that can cause “sudden death syndrome”; important, as 80% of 14-35 year olds who die of young sudden cardiac death show no […]
CRY supporter Phil Sweatman talks to Simon Mayo on Scala Radio about taking part in the London Marathon and supporting CRY in memory of Ben Hammond. Phil was awarded ‘Captain Scala’, a segment on the show that acknowledges someones hard work, and lets everyone know about it. Listen here (starts 1:09:27)
On the 9th of May 2019, 88 local young people were screened at the Waterside Hotel in Didsbury, Manchester. The screening was held in memory of Josh Merrick.