Read Update 87 here! Issue 87 of the CRY Update magazine covers all news, events and fundraising from January to April 2022. Our first piece of major news in this period came at the start of Heart Month in February, as we announced the renewal of our partnership with Sunrise Radio for another 12 months. Our
Leigh-on-Sea Striders are proud to have organised numerous charity challenges over the last 20 years and in doing so have raised over £400,000 for some amazing causes. On 12 June, a team of 60 committed people travelled to the Lake District to take on their toughest challenge yet, trekking 100km over four days, including 19,000 feet
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 Magazine Issue 85 here Issue 85 of the CRY Update reports on all news, events and fundraising from May to August 2021. From June, fundraising and screening levels started returning to pre-COVID levels as events around the country started picking up and we returned to holding regular screening events again. We also transformed the
Read issue 84 of the CRY Update magazine here Issue 84 of the CRY Update reports on all news, events and fundraising from January to April 2021. In February as Heart Month began, we introduced an exciting new fundraising initiative: the 25 Million Metre Challenge. Supporters could take part individually or in teams as we collectively
Read Update 80 here CRY Update 80 reports on all news, events and fundraising from September to December 2019. September got underway with the Great North Run, as 50 runners representing CRY took part. You can read more on page 22. To start October we held the 10th CRY Durham Walk, with 219 supporters gathering to
186 local young people were screened on the 14th and 15th of May 2019 at The Campion School in Hornchurch, Essex. The screenings were held in memory of James Patterson, and were attended by his 79 year old father Peter Patterson (pictured). We have been screening at the school for nine years during which time we
Romford Recorder, 7th June 2019 For the last nine years, Peter Patterson – whose son, James, passed away due to an undiagnosed heart condition in 2005 – has been making sure that students of his son’s former school receive heart screenings annually. Working with Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), Peter raises money to fund the
Read Update 65 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 66 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.