CRY Charity Netball Tournament in memory of Dan Hughes

On Saturday September 16th, a charity netball tournament was held to help raise money for Dan Hughes memorial fund with CRY. Please see link to read Dan’s story. Dan’s Story | onedanhughes The tournament was held at Keele University and 14 teams competed on the day. We’re delighted to announce that team Oakland were crowned […]

Dan Hughes Memorial Golf Day 2023

On the 16th of June we held the 2nd annual Dan Hughes memorial Golf day at Wolstanton Golf club in Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire. 20 teams of 4 golfers tee’d off at 12:30 and enjoyed unbroken sunshine as they completed the 18 holes. There followed a BBQ, auction and raffle before everyone enjoyed a few […]

Why Do I Support CRY?

Why Do I Support CRY? During Heart Month 2023, CRY launched ‘why do I support CRY?’. The campaign aimed to personify and tell the stories behind CRY. We asked our supporters to send in their reasons for supporting CRY so we could share across our social media what CRY means to so many. The campaign was

CRY Update Magazine Issue 88

Read Update 88 here! Issue 88 of the CRY Update magazine covers all news, events and fundraising from May to August 2022. During the four-month period, we screened over 7,000 people with 6,972 being screened at family screening events. Furthermore, CRY’s Research Team was recognised at the British Cardiac Society with some members even receiving awards.

A busy weekend in June.

On Saturday the 11th of June we staged our annual 7 a side football tournament for the Dan Hughes memorial shield. 8 local teams entered the competition and its Congratulations to Winners Wood Lane F.C. who beat Audley 1-0 in the final. Thank you to Premier League Referees assistant Simon Bennet along with Melvin Clewlow &

Dan Hughes cricket and Family fun day

July 17th was the date for the annual Dan Hughes cricket and Family fun day which this year was held at Audley Cricket Club. The cricket started at 9:30 and ran until 6pm when it concluded with hosts Audley beating near neighbours Betley in a keenly contested final. Local Radio station Hitmix 107.5 were in attendance