Read Update 71 here CRY Update 71 reports on all the CRY news, events and fundraising from September to December 2016. In this period, we held our annual Raising Awareness Week – including our most successful CRY Great Cake Bake yet. We also saw fantastic support for the Great North Run in September with over 70 runners
Read Update 46 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 50 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.
Today in Belfast, Cardiac Risk in the Young launched its Northern Ireland postcard campaign. The symbolic postcard highlights the deaths of 12 young people from Northern Ireland of undiagnosed fatal heart conditions most of which are genetic. This is the latest leg in CRY’s campaign promoting the value of screening across Northern Ireland and the UK.
This basketball game was a competition match organised by Lisburn Basketball Club against Bangor Basketball Club, and took place at Lisburn Leisureplex on Friday 18th May. Our son Nicholas had been a very keen member of Lisburn Club when he died in November 1998 and the Club now has a memorial trophy match annually for him.
Every week eight young people across Britain die suddenly from undetected heart conditions. Now in an effort to highlight this devastating loss the charity CRY – Cardiac Risk in the Young – is launching postcards across all areas of the country with photographs of eight young people from that area who have died in these tragic
Ballinderry schoolboy Nicholas Collins was just 16 years of age when he suffered from a fatal viral infection in 1998. At the time knowledge of causes of heart diseases among young people was relatively scant. The keen, fit, basketball player spent seven weeks at the coronary care unit at the City Hospital, Belfast before passing away