CRY Update Magazine 62

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

Gloucestershire’s two-day celebration of sport

Wilts & Gloucestershire Standard – 30th March 2014 The University of Gloucestershire is preparing for a two-day celebration of sport and physical activity filled with fun activities and opportunities to meet international and local sportspeople. Read more

CRY Parliamentary Reception 2013

The Terrace Marquee, Westminster – 27th November Guest of Honour: Andy Scott, CRY Patron and former professional footballer.                 In the words of Alison Cox MBE (Chief Executive and founder of CRY) the charity’s latest booklet “Young, fit and suddenly diagnosed with a life threatening heart condition…” – which

South East Postcard

Bereaved families from London and the South East have been joined by MPs from all parties to launch a nationwide awareness campaign to highlight shocking new statistics that show the number of young people who lose their lives from the tragic condition sudden cardiac death now stands at 12 every week – a staggering 50% rise

Olympian Sir Steve is CRY patron

FIVE-TIMES gold Olympic medal-winner Sir Steven Redgrave has shown his support to Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) by becoming a patron. Alison Cox, founder and chief executive of the Tadworth based charity, was celebrating the high-profile appointment of the rowing champion this week. She said: It is fantastic news for CRY. It is a tremendous