Stephanie and Fluff Preston, and a group of friends, raised £545 on a stall at the Sidmouth Seafest Festival. The team made all the items for sale from reused and recycled materials; in keeping with the theme of the festival.
Four Sidmouth Primary School staff who completed the Hilly 17 mile 4 Trigs Challenge in February, have presented a cheque to Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). Mr Spraggon, Mr Horne, Mrs Trim, and Miss Brown’s fiance took part in the run on Sunday 5th February, with the aim of raising awareness for CRY and […]
Four Sidmouth Primary School staff who completed the hilly 17-mile 4 Trigs Challenge in February have presented a cheque to Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). The event raised a record £3,000 this year and Sidmouth Primary contributed £250. CRY is a charity that promotes the screening of young people between 14 and 35 years of
This year, the weather for the 4 Trigs Challenge totally transformed the run, as the sun was out and the horrendous conditions of last year became a distant memory. 129 competitors set off from Sidmouth’s esplanade at 9.30am on Sunday 5th February. Ideal weather and perfect conditions underfoot, were possibly contributing factors as to why two
Why Do I Support CRY? 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. The campaign was
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.
Two events in Sidmouth have raised £965 for the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). A cake sale and coffee morning was held at Dissenters Hall on Friday, November 25, which also featured stalls selling bunting, Christmas decorations and bric-a-brac. The stalls and a raffle raised £680. On Saturday, December 3, The Sid Valley Cycle
Marion Hayman and her team of ladies, lead by Stephanie Preston, raised an amazing £682. at their cake bake/coffee morning on Friday 25th November. Stalls included cakes, bunting, reindeers, Christmas trees, raffle and so much more. The event was well-supported by the local community. The money raised will go to the Jonathan Hayman Memorial Fund.
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
Sidmouth Seafest raises £507 for CRY. Stephanie Preston raised £507 at the Sidmouth Seafest in May. She raised money by selling items that were made, mostly from recycled materials. Stephnie and her husband, Fluff, also made a donation of £160 to CRY from produce they sell from their garden. In total they have raised £667.00 for