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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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Posted by on Mar 3, 2017 in 2017, Cardiac Risk in the Young, CRY screenings, Ealing

Booking open for free @CRY_UK heart tests in #Ealing #Hanwell #westLondon

Echocardiogram machine bought with money raised by Tom and Claire’s Fund.

Our latest free heart screenings for young people aged between 14-35 will take place on Thursday, April 6, at Drayton Manor High School, Drayton Bridge Road, London, W7 1EU.

You can book a CRY 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. Our screenings have always been over-subscribed. If you can’t get there, somebody else can.

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

We are extremely grateful to Drayton Manor High School, Tom and Ellen’s old school, for hosting the event.

To date more than 2,400 young people have been screened at events sponsored by Tom and Claire’s Fund. So to all of you who have raised the money which allows the screenings to take place, thank you. You have saved lives.

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Posted by on Nov 7, 2016 in 2016, Awareness, Cardiac Risk in the Young, CRY screenings

More than 90 screened by @CRY_UK in #Ealing heart tests

CRY Ealing screenings, Ealing, November 2017

CRY screening team members, back row left to right, Jodie Egerton, Tony Hill, Dr Keerthi Prakash, Sheila Pitt and (front) Irish Joy.

Ninety-eight young people were tested at the latest free CRY heart screenings sponsored by Tom and Claire’s Fund on Sunday, November 6.

Some were referred for further tests.

A total of £158 was also donated during the event at the Florence Road surgery, Florence Road, Ealing, and Paul Clabburn said: “We’re very grateful for the donations made on the day and, of course, to those who have raised money so that the event could take place.

“Yet again we also owe a huge debt of gratitute to the CRY team for their dedication and professionalism and to Dr Evans and his staff for hosting the event.”

More free Tom and Claire’s Fund sponsored heart screenings are planned to take place in Ealing in spring and autumn, 2017.

But if you are aged between 14-35 and want to be tested before that, you can find further information and a calendar of all CRY’s heart screenings here.

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