Why do I support CRY – 2023

Why Do I Support CRY? – 2023 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. […]

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.

Family raise funds for heart screening in memory of Dan Parris

Nichola Parris is on a mission to prevent other families losing their children to young sudden cardiac death after her son Daniel collapsed and passed away at work in February last year. His family struggled to believe it when they were told he had suffered a young sudden cardiac death, which claims around two people under the

The family of Dan Parris are holding a charity golf day to raise funds for CRY

Dan Parris was just 23 when he collapsed and died without warning on February 22, 2021. He had never been diagnosed with any heart conditions and seemed to be in perfect health. To raise money for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), a charity that helps to raise awareness for young sudden cardiac death, Dan’s family

“We would not have got through the past year without them”

Friends & family of local man who died suddenly from hidden heart condition pledge to raise funds and awareness for the cardiac charity who provided support Just 12 months ago (22 February 2021) the Parris family (who all live in the Hastings area) were left devastated following the sudden and tragic death of their son and

2022 Hastings Half Marathon page in Memory of Daniel Parris

Hi people, Sadly last year on the 22nd February 2021 I lost my 23 year old brother to a sudden and unexpected cardiac arrest. In an attempt to raise awareness of ‘Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome’ (SADS), Myself, our cousin Ryan and Dan’s close friends – Kyle, Brad, Liam and Jacob are running the 2022 Hastings Half

The long walk home for Dan

Having recently retired I decided to walk home from London. A route from Westminster through the city and the beautiful Kent and Sussex country side to Hastings. All in all 117 miles in 7 days, a zigzag route taking in all the sights on the way. My wife Sally and I have some close friends who