Neo presents the cheque on behalf of Munsons to Vicky.
Munsons Coffee and Eats have donated a cheque for £250 to Tom and Claire’s fund.
The cafe, in St Mary’s Road, Ealing, have supported the fund for many years.
CRY supporter and family friend Vicky Pearson, who accepted the cheque on behalf of the fund, said: “Claire was a regular customer at Munsons, meeting friends and holding fundraising book sales.
“Munsons holds memories for many of us and to receive this donation shows what a special place it is.”
The money will contribute towards further heart screenings to be held in Ealing next year.
The latest free heart screenings for 14-35 year olds sponsored by Tom and Claire’s Fund are now fully booked.
If you have booked a screening, please use it or let CRY know if you have to cancel. The event is over-subscribed and someone else will be able to take your place.
If you want to go on a waiting list for the event, please contact CRY here.
If you have any other queries, please contact CRY here, not the surgery or us.
The latest free heart screenings for 14-35 year olds sponsored by Tom and Claire’s Fund are now open for booking here.
The screenings take place on Sunday, November 5, at Florence Road Surgery, 26 Florence Road, London, W5 3TX. We are grateful to Dr Evans and the team for hosting the event.
If you have any queries, please contact CRY here, not the surgery or us.
The nearest tube is Ealing Broadway and there is a multi-storey car park close by at Ealing Broadway shopping centre. Parking in the nearby streets is usually metered.
Some of the 2016 runners ready for the off.
There’s still time to sign-up for this year’s Andrew Carter Memorial Mile, which takes place in Lammas Park, Ealing, on Saturday, September 2.
The run is held in tribute to Andrew, who collapsed from a cardiac arrest shortly before the end of the 2014 Ealing Half Marathon. He passed away the following Wednesday.
Every year since then, a memorial run has been organised in aid of Tom’s Fund and CRY as part of the Mile Series organised by the event organisers of the Ealing Half Marathon.
They say: “This special Mile event is held free of charge to anyone wanting to run, jog or walk our Mile Series course.” They add: “All we ask is that all runners make a donation to the collection tin on the day or donate online here to the Tom Clabburn Fund.”
You can sign up for the run here.
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.
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.