CRY Update Magazine 58

Read Update 58 online here The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, published three times a year, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.

Fundraising in memory of Anthony Lancaster

Pupils in Years 12 and 13 at Hull Grammar School have donated £533.67 to support CRY in memory of their friend Anthony Lancaster who died on 13th July 2002, just a few days after his 17th Birthday. Fund raising events included a Leg Wax by Nick Edwards, Jamie Kemp and Stephen Reynolds and a classroom slave

North Postcard

North Launch – 1st May 2014 Families from across the North of England joined together to help launch a major regional campaign to highlight the shocking statistic that 12 young, apparently fit and healthy young people (aged 35 and under) are tragically dying every week in the UK from previously undiagnosed heart conditions. A poster-sized version

CRY 12 a Week postcard campaign features Josh Fell

Hull Daily Mail – 23rd April 2014 There are the faces of 12 young people who all share one thing in common – they all died from previously undiagnosed heart conditions. Now, their families are helping to launch a major campaign with CRY  

Postcard plan that highlights heart tragedy

They were all young people full of promise and life. But they were struck down by a cruel, unseen killer. The charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young, is today unveiling a poster-sized version of a thought-provoking postcard featuring eight young people from Yorkshire who died from previously undetected heart conditions. The eight had no apparent symptoms