TEAM ASH Ride Again for SADS UK in memory of Ashley Livesey who passed away in 2004 aged just 15. SADS UK thanks members Gary and Julie Livesey and all their friends and family for their continued support since the tragic death of Ashley Livesey in 2004 aged just 15. Since Ashley's death his family and friends have raised awareness and funds for SADS UK and have donated lifesaving defibrillators in their community to help save lives in his memory.
In The Media
SADS UK member Hilary Robinson has supported SADS UK over many years in memory of her beloved daughter Kimberly who passed away in 2001 aged just 18. We are grateful to Hilary and her friends and family for joining us at the Stride with SADS UK event in Hyde Park on Sunday 8th May 2022.
SADS UK thanks Debbie for taking part in the Brighton Marathon on 10th April 2022 raising awareness and funds for SADS UK to place defibrillators in her community in Dunfermline to help save lives in memory of Stephen Holland.
Roy Tyzack is taking on an abseil challenge down the 190' high water tower at Church Langley, Harlow on Saturday 14th May 2022.
Roy Tyzack is a 75-year-old retired Police Detective, having served with both the Metropolitan Police and Essex Police. He is now a First Response Medic and Qualified First Aid Instructor and Lead Instructor for the SADS UK 'HEARTWIZE' Scheme teaching CPR and defibrillator training to Year 10's in Essex schools to create a generation of lifesavers.
3 Team Mates from Hughsie FC take on 3 Week Trek in the Himalayas In Memory of Adam “Skipper” Hughes
Phil Skayman, Jamie Hallam and Adam Cropper of Hughsie FC will be taking on the challenge of a 3-week trek in the Himalayas on 5th April 2022. They are members of SADS UK’s 11-a-side charity football team formed in memory of friend and Captain Adam Hughes who tragically passed away in May 2009 aged just 25 from SADS (Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome).