Vietnam to Cambodia cycle for CRY

Two years later than originally planned, Sally and Louise reached their goal of cycling 450 km across Vietnam and Cambodia.  Starting in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and finishing in Siem Reap, Cambodia at the ancient site of Angkor Wat.  The pair raised £5,472 in memory of Sally’s sister Helen Luke who died suddenly of Arrhythmogenic

Great North Run Write up 2022

Great North Run Write up 2022 . Previous Next Simplyhealth Great North Run 11th September 2022Congratulations and a huge thank you to the 38 runners who took part in the Great North Run for CRY on Sunday 11th September 2022!It was a brilliant day, with good running conditions with the weather being sunny and warm. With

Festive Fun

On the 26th November festive fun was had by all who attended an afternoon of traditional wreath crafting.  Over the following weeks home made wreaths were sold in high demand and a total of £741.50, was raised in loving memory of my daughter Katie. All proceeds will go on to Katie’s memorial page for CRY. A

More than 90 screened by CRY in west London

A total of 99 young people aged 14-35 received free cardiac screening from CRY at the Olympic Pavilion, Trailfinders, Ealing, on Sunday, November 13. Six people were referred for follow-up tests after the event, sponsored by Tom and Claire’s Fund. Ellen Clabburn said: “We’re very grateful to Trailfinders for once again playing host. We knew it

Two fundraisers held to raise funds for CRY in memory of Jonathan Hayman

Two events in Sidmouth have raised £965 for the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). A cake sale and coffee morning was held at Dissenters Hall on Friday, November 25, which also featured stalls selling bunting, Christmas decorations and bric-a-brac. The stalls and a raffle raised £680. On Saturday, December 3, The Sid Valley Cycle

A Day for David

On 26/11/2022, an afternoon of music celebrated the life of David Hill. Three acts performed a combination of covers, medleys and original songs in the Loreburne Hall, Dumfries. The event opened with powerfully emotive words from David’s father, Rodger Hill who was supported on stage by family members Lesley Hill, Alex Service, Georgia Graham and Sharon

Gold in memory of Clayton Olson

GOLD Previous Next In early September a plan was born. A plan to put together a dress party on Guy Fawkes night to honour our son, Clayton Olson.  He loves a party, especially a Halloween fancy dress one. In a short few months, a small group of us managed to put together a historical event which included

Royal Parks Half Marathon in memory of Harry Faulkner

On Sunday 9th October, after months of early morning training, blisters and tears,  and together with my amazing friend Helen Vaites, who has been by my side since the day we lost Harry, we run the Royal Parks Half Marathon in Harrys memory. Being cheered on by the crowds was so encouraging, and never realised until