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Posted by on May 28, 2017 in 2017, Awareness, CRY London Bridges Walk

Please join us on July 9 for @CRY_UK London Bridges Walk

Tom with Claire at a BBC roadshow

Tom with Claire at a BBC roadshow

 

CRY’s 11th Heart of London Bridges Walk will be held on Sunday, July 9. We’ll be walking again to remember Tom and Claire.

Please join us if you can – it will be our 10th year of taking part and we’d love to see you.

With all the calls on people to raise money, great if you can but you don’t have to be sponsored. The most important thing is to walk. Just bring yourself and help to raise awareness.

You can register online or on the day and full details are here.

Hope to see you there.

Paul and Ellen x

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Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in 2017, Awareness, Cardiac Risk in the Young, Fund-raising event

Hannah’s towering effort raises money for @CRY_UK

CRY Hannah Dunn Spinnacker Tower, Porstmouth, April 2017

Don’t look down! Hannah gets set.

Claire’s cousin Hannah Dunn successfully abseiled down the 170 metre Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth on Saturday, April 22, to raise money for Tom and Claire’s Fund.

Hannah said: “Well, I did it!  The most terrifying experience was when going over the edge but once on the way it was fantastic.”

Her effort raised a total of £1406 which will be split between Tom and Claire’s Fund and St. Barnabas House hospice in Worthing.

Hannah, who says she is an ‘adrenaline junky’ after jumping from 13,000 feet over Salisbury Plain to raise money for CRY in her first skydive in 2015, says she’s now planning what challenge to take on next.

If you want to support Hannah, you can still do so here.

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Posted by on Apr 18, 2017 in 2017, Fund-raising event

Hannah roped in for @CRY_UK abseil

Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth, Creative Commons, author, Rhys Jones

Spinnaker Town, Portsmouth. Author: Rhys Jones. Licensed by Creative Commons.

Not content with flinging herself from planes, Claire’s cousin Hannah Dunn is now planning to abseil down the 170 metre Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth on Saturday, April 22.

She’ll be raising money for Tom and Claire’s Fund and St. Barnabas House hospice in Worthing.

Hannah, who says she is now officially an ‘adrenaline junky’, jumped from 13,000 feet over Salisbury Plain to raise money for CRY in her first skydive in 2015.

If you want to support Hannah in her latest escapade, you can do so here.

CRY, Hannah Dunn, 2015

 

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Posted by on Apr 7, 2017 in 2017, Cardiac Risk in the Young, CRY screenings, Ealing

90 tested by @CRY_UK at #Ealing #Hanwell screenings

CRY screening at Drayton Manor High School, April, 2017

Ellen with members of the CRY team; left to right, Ralph Knox, Sheila Pitt, Dr Gemma Parry-Williams, Hannah Lowry and Muge Pancar.

Ninety young people aged between 14-35 were screened by Cardiac Risk in the Young at Drayton Manor High School, Hanwell, on April 6.

Both Tom and Ellen attended Drayton Manor, which was hosting screenings for the second time. Of those tested, six were referred for further investigation.

Ellen Clabburn said: “We’d like to thank CRY for carrying out the screenings with their usual professionalism, Drayton Manor High School for providing the facilities and, of course, all those who have raised the funds which mean the screenings can take place and be free to those attending.”

The next screenings sponsored by Tom and Claire’s Fund are planned for November in Ealing.

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Posted by on Mar 27, 2017 in 2017, Awareness, Cardiac Risk in the Young, CRY screenings

Latest #Ealing #Hanwell @CRY_UK heart screenings fully booked

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Our latest free heart screenings for young people aged between 14-35 are now fully booked.

The screenings are taking place on Thursday, April 6, at Drayton Manor High School, Drayton Bridge Road, London, W7 1EU.

If you have booked, please make every effort to attend. If you can’t attend for any reason, please let CRY know.

If you have any queries, please contact CRY rather than the school or us. Contact details for CRY are here.

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Posted by on Mar 20, 2017 in 2017, Cardiac Risk in the Young, CRY screenings, Ealing, Tom Clabburn

Book now or miss out – @CRY_UK heart screenings #Ealing #Hanwell #London

There are 10 or fewer places left to book for our latest free heart screenings for young people aged between 14-35. The screenings are taking place on Thursday, April 6, at Drayton Manor High School, Drayton Bridge Road, London, W7 1EU.

You can book a screening by going here.

If you do book, please make every effort to attend. If you can’t attend for any reason, please let CRY know.

If you have any queries, please contact CRY rather than the school or us. Contact details for CRY are here.

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