Tuesday, 11 May 2010
I hope BBC Radio Suffolk's James Hazell isn't planning to sell off his producer Sally Burch at the massive car boot sale they've organised [So James, you'd better ask Sal to get off that table pretty sharpish, before someone snaps her up!]
Regular listeners will already know that BBC Radio Suffolk is supporting the East Anglian Children's Hospice Treehouse Appeal, to help raise £3 million for a much needed new hospice to be built in Ipswich. Presenters have been getting up to allsorts including dragonboat racing, cycling challenges and getting into training to climb Mount Kilmanjaro. And now, James & Sal have put their heads together to come up with an idea that can involve everyone across Suffolk, in the shape of the BBC Radio Suffolk Big Summer De-Clutter.
They're asking listeners to start sorting out their drawers and cupboards and dig out all those unwanted items that are lurking in forgotten corners and sell them off at their huuuuuuuuuuuge car boot sale, which will be held at Ipswich Trinity Park on Sunday 8th August! So, not only do you get a chance to help your own piggy bank, but you can do so knowing that you're helping a really good cause.
Pitches are just £10 each and booking forms can be downloaded via the Each Website. But interested peeps have to move quick. Pitches are going like hotcakes, with bookings already arriving today, having only been launched yesterday.
Well, I've certainly registered my interest as it's about time I sold off all that valuable treasure I've uncovered from my own decluttering escapade earlier this year.
But I don't want to just give a tenner to EACH. I've decided that I'm going to donate all the proceeds of my boot pitch to the Treehouse Appeal, which I'll be announcing when I appear on the James Hazell show tomorrow at 11.10am tomorrow. Yes, I know I'm on again, but this time I won't be talking rubbish, I'll be talking about blogging, thanks to this little article I discovered quite recently, where I seem to have had a little mention.
More information on the EACH Treehouse appeal can be found at the EACH website. Details about BBC Radio Suffolk De-clutter are available at the BBC's news pages. To listen to the James Hazell show, you can tune in online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/playlive/bbc_radio_suffolk/