Eurovision radio marathon for charity
UNITED KINGDOM – On January 24th a special Eurovision marathon will take place on escXtra.com would like to draw your attention to a very special charity event on Oystermouth Radio, hosted by Glen Bartlett, a Welsh Eurofan and weekly radio show host of W12P show. The charity concerns Blood Cancer: Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
GLEN BARTLET SAYS
W12P is a faithful partner of flyingtheflag.eu, run by Dale Roberts. His wife, Karen, benefitted immensely from the hard work done by the charity we’re raising money for; Beat Blood Cancer: Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. We usually promote flyingtheflag.eu by giving them an occasional plug and by taking part in popular campaigns; (Flying the Flag, ABBA the Flag, The Sound of Vienna etc.), but for the new year I wanted to be that bit extra. Leukaemia and Lymphoma research is such an amazing charity and I hope we can raise as much money as we can for the charity! So, why a 24 hour radio marathon? I have no idea! I’m dreading it! I normally feel tired after doing the standard three hour show, so time will tell how I get on with this one! Saying that, I know that the support of the listeners and also the fact that we’re doing it for a good cause will help us pull through! On the day, there’ll be loads of special guests and fun features – but we really rely on listeners getting in touch with us during the programme! You can get in touch with us on the day through Facebook: www.facebook.com/wales12points, by e-mailing us: email@example.com or by tweeting us; @w12plive or by using the hashtag #w12plive24. We’ll be tweeting live throughout so expect to get a retweet or a shoutout during the show!
So all you need to do is to tune in on W12P on January 24 all day long and show your generosity by giving 5 GBP via texting EURO95 to 70070 (available only in the UK). International supporters can donate by visiting www.justgiving.com/w12p. Let’s all give big f…k to cancer by listening the finest Eurovision tunes! The best way to do it and trust me I know that quite well!