CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk 2016

Sunday, 26th June witnessed a huge number of walkers gathered at London’s scenic green space, Potters Fields Park, with 1,266 walkers registering to take part in CRY’s 10th annual Heart of London Bridges Walk.

IMG_1870     myheart members, L-R- Mhairi Morrison, Laura Gibbs and Amanda Okunola

As ever, it was incredibly moving to see so many people coming together to walk in memory of a friend or family member. It was also an opportunity for people to meet up again with others similarly affected and to raise awareness of cardiac conditions in young individuals.


Chris Currie and Amanda Okunola

11 myheart members registered to take part in the Bridges Walk this year. Some of them got a chance to meet other members and share each other’s experience. While it was the first time for some members, some have taken part in the Bridges Walk annually for a few years.

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Chris Currie                                                                                 myheart member, Sian Donnelly took the long route despite taking part on crutches

To see a full write up of the event please click here.

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