Read Update 55 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.
Events held for Raising Awareness Week 2008 Heather Harber had an information stand in Swanley town centre (Kent) on October 1st, in memory of Charlie Morettes Nick Dee-Shapland arranged for a CRY page to appear in the programme for the Newbury Nomads’ shows on the 1st to 4th October at the Newbury Corn Exchange Lesley […]
Information about running the Virgin London Marathon for CRY
An eight-year-old boy who died from sudden cardiac death is featured in a campaign to prevent others being killed by the condition.
Eight-year-old Charlie Morettes, who died from Sudden Cardiac Deatyh is featured in a campaign to prevent others being killed by the condiiton.
Bereaved families from London and the South East have been joined by MPs from all parties to launch a nationwide awareness campaign to highlight shocking new statistics that show the number of young people who lose their lives from the tragic condition sudden cardiac death now stands at 12 every week – a staggering 50% […]
Following the success of CRY’s inaugural Heart of London Bridges Sponsored Walk in 2007 the event took place again in 2008, with over 600 CRY supporters in attendance. The walk, led once again by CRY Patron Kathryn Harries, started at Victoria Embankment Gardens and ended at Hays Galleria near London Bridge. The route involved crossing […]
The parents of eight-year-old Charlie Moretttes, who died suddenly, say a council has forced them into putting up a headstone they do not want.
On May 16 last year, eight-year-old Charlie Morettes collapsed and died from sudden cardiac death while playing rounders at his school in Sutton-at-Hone. One year on from the tragedy, his mother and stepfather pay tribute to him. Nothing prepares you for the loss of your child. On May 16 last year, Charlie bounced out of the door […]
A self-confessed chatterbox is hoping to say 'mum' for 24 hours in memory of Charlie Morettes, who died suddenly playing rounders.