Click here to read Update 81 Issue 81 of the CRY Update reports on all news, events and fundraising from January to April 2020. This is also the first issue of our new and improved digital editions of the Update, featuring links throughout that will take you straight to relevant pages on the CRY website, social
Read Update 80 here CRY Update 80 reports on all news, events and fundraising from September to December 2019. September got underway with the Great North Run, as 50 runners representing CRY took part. You can read more on page 22. To start October we held the 10th CRY Durham Walk, with 219 supporters gathering to
Read Update 77 here CRY Update 77 reports on all news, events and fundraising from September to December 2018. There were plenty of major events throughout this four-month period. We were thrilled to be so well represented at the Great North Run on September 9, with 50 runners taking part for CRY. You can read a
Read Update 67 online here. The CRY Update is the charity’s newsletter, reporting on CRY news and events, cardiac screenings, breaking developments in medical research and CRY supporters’ fundraising over the preceding months.
A Gourmet Evening for CRY was held at The Academy, Cheshire College, Crewe on the 8th of November 2018 and it was was a fantastic success. The food served was delicious with excellent quality wines and service of an extremely high standard. As my daughter, Ceri, loved lemons there was a very special lemon desert in
On the 16th of June 2018, 107 local young people were screened at Malbank School & Sixth Form College in Nantwich. The screenings were in memory of Ceri Palmer Howells.
Read Update 76 here CRY Update 76 reports on all news, events and fundraising from May to August 2018. We had plenty of highlights in all areas through the summer. CRY’s research continues to make an impact, including Dr Aneil Malhotra’s paper on the incidence and causes of young sudden cardiac death in adolescent footballers, which
Ceri Palmer nee Howells’ mum, Alison, was invited to speak to the Wesleyan Guild at Nantwich Methodist Church on Tuesday 9th October 2018. She talked about her story of the sudden loss of Ceri through SADS, aged only 22 in 2014. She also explained the wide range of work that CRY does, including showing CRY videos
CRY Update 75 reports on all CRY news, events and fundraising from January to April 2018. We experienced a host of highlights through this four-month period. In March, our screening programme surpassed a total of 150,000 young people screened, which is an incredible milestone for us to reach. Furthermore, to discuss our progress and the importance
The Nantwich News, 2nd July 2018 Joining 1,400 other people for the CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk, Alison walked around London raising awareness of CRY in memory of her daughter, Ceri. Ceri died in 2014 from an undiagnosed heart condition when she was 22 years old. Read more