We were saddened to learn of the death of legendary TV Racing broadcaster, John McCririck today.
John kindly took the time to appear at the London Pantomime Horse Race in 2014 & made it such a memorable day. He was such a great sport. Thank you, John. Our thoughts are with the family. RIP #JohnMcCririck
MARITIME RADIO (96.5FM) LIVE STUDIO INTERVIEW – 12:15 PM – SUNDAY 16TH JUNE
Join race organiser Mark Biddiss & Daria Morris from the ‘Help Rosie Walk / Rosie’s Legs’ fundraising campaign for an exclusive live studio interview with host Tom Sippy to announce exciting details about the 10th anniversary (Star Wars themed) London Pantomime Horse Race on Sunday 15th December & to discuss a very special fundraising campaign launched to help a local 5-year-old called Rosie, who needs a vital operation to help her walk for the 1st time. Listen Live: www.maritimeradio.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/radioplayer/
We’ve launched a special fundraising campaign & are appealing to Racers and the Greenwich community to get behind ‘Help Rosie Walk’ which is raising money for 5 year-old Rosie from #Greenwich who has a form of Cerebral Palsy & needs a vital operation in America that will give her a chance to walk for the 1st time.
Rosie’s family, who have set up Rosie’s Legs: www.facebook.com/Rosieslegs/ approached organisers from the London Pantomime Horse Race and we have pledged to all we can to help. Help Rosie Walk will join Make a Wish UK as our chosen main charities this year and we hope racers will come on board and help us change a young girls life for the better, but helping raise the money she needs for her operation.
Racers: If you would like to sign up and help raise money for Rosie in the 2019 London Pantomime Horse Race, then please email [email protected]
Rosie & her family really needs your support in any way, It could be just by sharing social media posts, & helping spread the word to your friends, colleagues, family etc as the more people made aware of the campaign, the more donations towards Rosie’s operation costs, can be met.