Weʼre raising £250 to On 16th December at 12 noon Radio Fox is embarking on a marathon 24 hour live broadcast. Supporting 24 charities throughout the day
- Leicester, United Kingdom
- Local community
- Time left
- 19 days to go
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Hospital Radio Fox is the designated free radio service of the Leicester Royal Infirmary and Glenfield Hospital. We also broadcast on line via the internet
This year we are hosting a marathon 24 hour live broadcast. during which we will support 24 charities and causes. Not only are we aiming to raise as much money as we can for a wide range of charities such as :
Guide Dogs for the Blind, Epilepsy Society, Macmillan Nurses, Musical Therapy Organisation. Dystonia Society, East Midlands Labrador Rescue, Muscular Dystrophy, Kidney Research, Crohns and Colitis UK to name but a few.
The full list will be listed on our website www.radiofox.co.uk leading up to the event.
During the day we will not only be broadcasting a wide variety of themed shows but we will be hearing from our nominated charities. We will also be out and about in the city of Leicester in our search for the jolly fat man in red!
we will be providing live updates and maybe even visiting people who have pledged a donation if they are local.
We are hoping to spread a bit of festive fun and we will even be taking requests and also having a choir singing live in the studio on the day
The broadcast takes place noon 16th December and is running till noon 17th December 2016.
Radio Fox is a registered charity run entirely by volunteers and our mission is to make a difference. Please Help us to help others
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Leicester, United Kingdom
Radio Fox is run entirely by volunteers. Established in 1988 our mission is to make peoples stay in hospital more comfortable and provide a wide variety of music, news and shows to a cross section of the community free of charge