HUNDREDS OF WALKERS HELP TO STEP UP SUPPORT FOR CRY AS FLAGSHIP EVENT REACHES ITS 10TH YEAR On Sunday 26th June, 1,266 walkers congregated in London’s Potters Fields Park for CRY’s annual Heart of London Bridges Walk. The 10th year of the event saw the introduction of the new starting venue, with a wonderful backdrop of Tower Bridge. And,
Read the magazine here Issue 64 of the CRY Update looks back at a busy CRY summer from May to August 2014. Our flagship raising awareness event, the CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk, features in this issue with a full report and photos from the day. Also prominent is our Patron Pixie Lott’s terrific tour
CRY held a family screening at the Forest School in Wokingham on the 4th & 5th November in memory of Ben Birch. A total of 178 pupils and staff were screened over the two days.
Read Update 61 online here In this issue: • ‘Young Sudden Cardiac Death: A Father’s Grief’ booklet launch, page 10 • Justice for James: Reopening the Inquest into the death of James Markham, page 10-12 • CRY at the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) Conference, page 17-18 • CRY Golf Day 2013, page 18 • West ’12
On Saturday 26th April 2014 I completed ‘Race 2’ of my 3-race challenge in honour of my 3 late friends and to support CRY. This was the Henley Tough Mudder – a 12.5 mile obstacle course with electric fences, ice baths, lots of hills and mud. Great fun, but absolutely shattered after. As you can see,
Here is me at the finish line of The Nuts Challenge on 2nd March 2014. I finished in 1 hour 8 minutes, which was the 3rd best time of the day. It was extremely cold, especially after wading through ice-cold lakes which was the worst part for me! Also, after all the rain and hundreds of
Congratulations and a huge “thank you” to the 108 runners who ran the 2014 Virgin Money London Marathon for CRY on Sunday 13th April. As always, we are very proud of you all and very grateful to you for your fantastic efforts to raise awareness and funds for CRY. Next year’s race date is Sunday 26th