Read the full article here The Member of the Scottish Parliament for Cowdenbeath has backed a campaign to tackle the threat of cardiac deaths in young people. Annabelle Ewing, MSP for the Cowdenbeath constituency, has signed a campaign pledge by CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young). CRY is highlighting the need for a national strategy […]
Last Thursday (26 October) saw the launch of the #MSPSupport4CRY campaign in the Scottish Parliament, championed by the friends and family of former political aide, David Hill, who tragically died from a previously undiagnosed heart condition last year (19 March 2022).
Chris Logue is running the half marathon to raise money for his friend David Hill’s memorial fund. David died in March last year and Chris is determined to help save others!
A loving brother and a group of his friends have raised over £11,000 for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) in a bid to save young lives. It comes after Alex Service’s older sibling David Hill passed away aged just 30 during the Parliamentary Six Nations fixture between the Scottish Parliamentary Rugby Football Club and […]
Sharon Duncan is hosting the wedding themed evening at Moffat Town Hall on Friday to both fundraise and raise awareness of Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). It will also be in memory of her son, David Hill, who passed away unexpectedly during a rugby match between Irish and Scottish parliamentarians last year. His passing […]
We are holding a Murder Mystery dinner to raise money for my son David’s memorial fund which this will enable screening in Dumfries next year for hopefully 200 young people! The event will be held on Friday 16th June 2023 at Moffat Town Hall. Doors will open at 7pm. To book tickets for this event, please call Moffat Town Hall on 01683 221102.
David Hill Memorial Quaich On Saturday 11th March 2023, the rugby teams representing both the Scottish Parliament and The Houses of the Irish Oireachtas came together for the inaugural match contesting the David Hill Memorial Quaich. David Hill, aged 30, had tragically died in the same fixture the previous year, playing for the Scottish Parliament […]
“From friends Cath and Noel Sargent from Sydney, Australia, in memory of all the good times shared and hoping this will make a difference.” Sharon Duncan
MORE than £20,000 has been raised by family and friends of the late David Hill for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) in a bid to save young lives locally. Popular David suddenly passed away at the young age of 30 during the Parliamentary Six Nations fixture between the Scottish Parliamentary Rugby Football Club and the
Since the death of their son, David Hill, who tragically died of an undetected heart condition, his parents. Rodger Hill and Sharon Duncan, have been very active fundraising for Cardiac Risk in the Young. They want to raise awareness as well as funds so that they can host heart screenings and help save young lives; and