Looking Back at 25: CRY’s history at the London Marathon

CRY’s supporters have taken part in countless different fundraising activities and events since the charity was founded 25 years ago, and one of the key events where our support has continued to grow over the years is the London Marathon. In 1996, just a year after CRY was founded, nine runners took part in the Marathon

CRY Update Magazine Issue 81

Click here to read Update 81 Issue 81 of the CRY Update reports on all news, events and fundraising from January to April 2020. This is also the first issue of our new and improved digital editions of the Update, featuring links throughout that will take you straight to relevant pages on the CRY website, social

Looking Back at 25: The week that shaped the future of CRY screening for years to come

Over the past 25 years, CRY’s history has been defined by a range of ‘turning points’, underpinned by the actions and interventions of individuals and groups (whether families, MPs, doctors or governing bodies from the world of sport). The support, influence and determination of people committed to our cause is what has taken CRY from a

CRY Update Magazine Issue 80

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

Update Magazine Issue 78

Read Update 78 here CRY Update 78 reports on all news, events and fundraising from January to April 2019. In March we announced two new additions to our group of CRY Ambassadors: England and GB international hockey player James Gall and artist Katy Jade Dobson. You can read about James and Katy and why they decided

BBC Radio Cumbria – David Hughes and Steven Cox

Reporter Neil Smith speaks with David Hughes about his son, Daniel Hughes and CRY screenings, followed by host Mike Zeller speaking with CRY Chief Executive Dr Steven Cox about the occurrence rate and symptoms of underlying heart conditions that cause sudden cardiac deaths. Listen here – interview starts at 1:36:10

CRY Parliamentary Reception 2016

On November 23rd CRY held its 15th Parliamentary Reception, where CRY announced the latest campaign in government urging all MPs to sign a pledge to support a National Strategy for the Prevention of Young Sudden Cardiac Death. The event was hosted by Sir Roger Gale MP (Conservative), Dr John Pugh MP (Liberal Democrats) and Kevan Jones