Shropshire Star, 5th July 2019
The three close friends, Lucy Jones, Paula Reynolds and Jo Thelwell, are to face a tough climb in the Brecon Beacons to raise money for charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). Their challenge is a meaningful one, especially for Jo.
“In 2013 my partner, Nathan Jenkins, passed away suddenly. He was only 41. He had shown no symptoms and was fit and healthy. His death was from SADS, Sudden Adult Death Syndrome,” she said. “If the screening that CRY offer today had been available to Nathan as a youngster he may still be alive today. Because of this both our children are regularly tested for any changes within their heart. They were only 11 months and three years old at the time of losing their Daddy. This was devastating to all our family and friends, it is something we all have to carry through life, my children especially. ” Read More