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Life-saving heart screening for youngsters in Crewe and Nantwich

Life-saving heart screening for youngsters in Crewe and Nantwich

Life-saving heart screening for youngsters in Crewe and Nantwich are to take place next month.

The screenings will be held at South Cheshire College in memory of Willaston woman Ceri Palmer.

January 7, 2018 0 comments Health, Human Interest, News
Willaston family to stage fashion show in memory of tragic daughter

Willaston family to stage fashion show in memory of tragic daughter

A Willaston family who’s daughter died from a heart defect aged just 22, are to stage a fund-raising Fashion Show in her memory to try and save other lives.

Funds raised will go towards the Ceri Palmer (nee Howells) Memorial Fund and help pay for heart screenings of young people.

April 27, 2017 3 comments Health, Human Interest, News, Wistaston
Man, 19, jailed for life over South Cheshire murder of Stephen O’Brien

Man, 19, jailed for life over South Cheshire murder of Stephen O’Brien

A 19-year-old Crewe man was jailed for life today for stabbing his South Cheshire victim to death through the heart.

Oliver Dabbs was found guilty of the murder of Stephen O’Brien, 51, following a 14-day trial at Chester Crown Court.

March 2, 2017 0 comments Crime, Incident, News
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.

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