Trinity Hall Boat Club Ergothon

For many the clocks going back meant an extra hour in bed – not for Trinity Hall Boat Club. Instead it meant an extra hour to row as they undertook a 25 hour ergothon to raise funds for the refurbishment of their boathouse and for national charity “Cardiac Risk in the Young”. Double Olympic gold medallist,

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

CRY launch new myheart support booklet

This booklet provides the opportunity for both those affected and those that care deeply for them, to discuss, understand and perhaps even gain new perspectives on the extraordinarily challenging issue of being young and diagnosed with a potentially life threatening heart condition. Read more about the booklet here

James Bailey promotes new CRY booklet

Weston & Somerset Mercury – 26th November 2013 Twenty-two-year-old James Bailey is one of 10 young people working on the booklet with CRY. Read More