18th Dec, 2017

Marathon radio broadcast sees thousands raised for charity

BLEARY-eyed students have raised thousands for charity through a marathon radio broadcast.

Warwick University’s student radio station Raw held a 51 hour broadcast to raise money for the Brain Tumour Charity.

As part of the broadcast students took part in ‘dares’, including having legs waxed, while live on air.

The students raised some £2,800, but hope for even more donations to help support the charity, which funds research.

Visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/rawbraintumourappeal to donate.

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