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More than 100 South Cheshire people screened for deadly heart condition

More than 100 South Cheshire people screened for deadly heart condition

More than 100 young people took part in a heart screening day at Cheshire College – South & West.

The screening was organised by Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), and saw 104 people in total screened to spot potentially life-threatening cardiac abnormalities.

Nantwich family completes Heart of London Bridges Walk for CRY

Nantwich family completes Heart of London Bridges Walk for CRY

A Nantwich family completed the Heart of London Bridges Walk in aid leading charity, Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY).

Robert and Alison Howells became involved with the charity following the sudden death of their daughter Ceri in March 2014.

Free Cardiac Risk in Young screenings in Nantwich help hundreds

Free Cardiac Risk in Young screenings in Nantwich help hundreds

Hundreds of teenagers underwent heart screenings at a Nantwich school as part of Cardiac Risk in the Young initiative.

Of the 234 booked in, 214 youngsters attended – and tests picked up a number of conditions, says organiser Sue Dewhirst.

November 13, 2015 0 comments Health, Human Interest, News, Schools & Colleges
Nantwich student completes Hadrian’s Wall trek in aid of CRY

Nantwich student completes Hadrian’s Wall trek in aid of CRY

A Nantwich teenager has completed a tough trek along the length of Hadrian’s Wall as part of his campaign to raise awareness of heart disease in the young.

Harrison Lunt, from Aston, was joined by his dad Ken for the walk from Newcastle across the country to Solway in Cumbria.

Willaston family honour daughter at CRY London walk

Willaston family honour daughter at CRY London walk

A family from Willaston took part in a fundraising walk organised by Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) in memory of their daughter.

Alison and Robert Howells, and son Joel, joined the Heart of London Bridges Walk for its ninth year in honour of daughter and sister Ceri, who died suddenly aged just 22.

Family of tragic SADS victim to stage Wistaston fundraiser

Family of tragic SADS victim to stage Wistaston fundraiser

A fundraiser will be held in memory of a young Wistaston woman who died of Sudden Arrhythmic Death (SADS).

‘The Grand Day Out’ is being staged to raise money for CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young) after the death of Ceri Palmer Howells (pictured).

Nantwich real ale lovers raise funds for C.R.Y for Matthew appeal

Nantwich real ale lovers raise funds for C.R.Y for Matthew appeal

By Jonathan White
Real ale lovers were in heaven at a Nantwich pub’s fund-raising “festival of beer”.

There were 41 real ales on offer at the three-day event in The Globe Inn on Audlem Road.

September 15, 2014 0 comments Charity news, Human Interest, News
Heart screening dates unveiled for Crewe and Nantwich teenagers

Heart screening dates unveiled for Crewe and Nantwich teenagers

Dates for life-saving heart screenings of Crewe and Nantwich youngsters have been released.

The family of tragic Nantwich teenager Matthew Dewhirst (pictured) organised the screenings to prevent other young sportsmen and women dying of Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS).

August 27, 2014 0 comments Health, Human Interest, News
Nantwich cake-a-thon helps raise £1,100 in Matthew Dewhirst’s memory

Nantwich cake-a-thon helps raise £1,100 in Matthew Dewhirst’s memory

Crewe Alex boss Steve Davis was a guest at a Nantwich fundraising cake-a-thon in memory of a teenager who died playing rugby. He was among hundreds who attended the Boot & Shoe pub on Hospital Street on tragic Matthew Dewhirst’s 18th birthday.

January 15, 2013 0 comments Charity news, Health, Human Interest, Latest, Sport