Sidmouth care home raises £412 for CRY

PUBLISHED: 11:24 14 December 2016

Residents of Malden House and friends and family of Jonathan Hayman raised £412 for CRY during their successful coffee morning.

Residents of Malden House and friends and family of Jonathan Hayman raised £412 for CRY during their successful coffee morning.

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A successful coffee morning at Malden House raised £412 for a leading heart charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY).

The event was staged in memory of Jonathan Hayman, who died aged 27 from a heart attack. Jonathan’s grandmother Barbara Douglas is a resident at the care home.

Aga Orlowska, manager of Malden House, said: “We’re delighted that the morning was so successful. The residents enjoyed the morning and the activities in addition to raising funds.”

Jonathan’s mother, Marion, thanked all involved for making the event a success.


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