A CAMPAIGN to raise money for a good cause got the military seal of approval last week. Corporal Andy Fowler, who is serving with the Royal Air Force (RAF), has sent in a picture showing him in the Falkland Islands to lodge his support for Sunshine Radio.
A CAMPAIGN to raise money for a good cause got the military seal of approval last week.Corporal Andy Fowler, who is serving with the Royal Air Force (RAF), has sent in a picture showing him in the Falkland Islands to lodge his support for Sunshine Radio.Station volunteers, based at Weston General Hospital, have launched a campaign called Taking Over The World, with support from the Weston & Somerset Mercury.People who are planning on visiting any exciting or unusual places are being asked to help spread the radio station's message by appearing around the globe in an official Taking Over The World T-shirt.Cpl Fowler, who is originally from Worle, went over to the Falkland Islands with the RAF to help maintain the air sea rescue helicopters.While he was there he thought he would enlist some feathered friends to help him support a charity back home. Cpl Fowler, aged 29, is currently stationed at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland. The former Worle Community School pupil is pictured in The Falkland Islands with a group of king penguins.If anyone is interested in helping the campaign they should send any photographs to: Sunshine Radio campaign, Weston & Somerset Mercury, 32 Waterloo Street, Weston, BS23 1LW or e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.orgT-shirts are available via www.charityt-shirts.co.uk under catalogue and then fund-raising or by calling 01179 656320.