Read CRY Update 86 here Issue 86 of the CRY Update magazine covers all news, events and fundraising from September to December 2021. There were a lot of major fundraising events in this four-month period after so many had been cancelled over the last two years due to the pandemic. This started with the Great North
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 68 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.
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.
The CRY Centre for Cardiac Pathology moves to St George’s, University of London, alongside the charity’s world-renowned Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions Since 2008, CRY has led the way in the UK in terms of ‘fast-tracking’ the pathology and analyses into the causes of unexpected sudden cardiac death in apparently fit and healthy young people. Thursday
“On July 3rd and 4th 2011 four fathers and sons completed the 3 Peaks challenge for CRY in memory of Howard and Sebastian English. Mark and Ben Davies, Geoff and Will Eversfield, Greg and Andy Heath, Callum Thompson were the climbing party while Callum’s Dad Ian and his ex-Army pal Rory Steevenson were in charge of
The CRY BBC Radio 4 Appeal was broadcast on Sunday 24th July at 7.55am and 9.26pm; and on Thursday 28th July at 3.27pm. The appeal was presented by CRY supporter Stephanie Hunter and CRY Patron John Inverdale. The broadcast, to an estimated 1.9 million listeners, will help to raise awareness of Sudden Death Syndrome and the
My partner Phil Austin, nephew Chris Lane and his friend Dave Williams ran the Cardiff half marathon in October 2007 to raise money for CRY. My cousin Keith Newton died suddenly in 1985 at the age of 22 after stepping out of the bath. The cause of Keith’s death was recorded as “Viral Pneumonia”. His son