Read Update 62 online here “Traditionally we have found that the last few months of the year are a very busy time, often with several major fundraising and raising awareness activities taking place. September finds our runners busy in the Great North Run and Run to the Beat events; whilst in October our annual Durham Riverside
Read Update 60 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.
Read Update 61 online here In this issue: • ‘Young Sudden Cardiac Death: A Father’s Grief’ booklet launch, page 10 • Justice for James: Reopening the Inquest into the death of James Markham, page 10-12 • CRY at the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS) Conference, page 17-18 • CRY Golf Day 2013, page 18 • West ’12
North Launch – 1st May 2014 Families from across the North of England joined together to help launch a major regional campaign to highlight the shocking statistic that 12 young, apparently fit and healthy young people (aged 35 and under) are tragically dying every week in the UK from previously undiagnosed heart conditions. A poster-sized version
Ian was fit and healthy. Friends joked he was the only person who cycled to work going 30 miles in the wrong direction! He had moved from Thomson Reuters in Nottingham to Sage in Manchester to be nearer to his sister Gen and girlfriend a few weeks before. He let the house he had lovingly gutted
Hull Daily Mail – 23rd April 2014 There are the faces of 12 young people who all share one thing in common – they all died from previously undiagnosed heart conditions. Now, their families are helping to launch a major campaign with CRY