Sunshine Radio's bid to take over the world
VOLUNTEERS at a hospital radio station are urging keen travellers to come forward to help them raise money. Members of the
VOLUNTEERS at a hospital radio station are urging keen travellers to come forward to help them raise money.Members of the Sunshine Radio team, based at Weston General Hospital, are launching 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.The most unusual or exciting photos will appear in the Weston & Somerset Mercury.Money raised from selling the T-shirts will be put towards installing a satellite news feed. Members will also be updating the station's music collection as they increasingly receive requests for the latest chart toppers.At the same time the campaign will encourage people to visit the website at www.sunshinehospitalradio.co.uk where friends and relatives can send get well messages and musical requests to patients from anywhere in the world.Any photographs should be sent to: Sunshine Radio campaign, Weston & Somerset Mercury, 32 Waterloo Street, Weston, BS23 1LW or e-mail them to email@example.comT-shirts are available via www.charityt-shirts.co.uk under catalogue and then fund-raising.