What’s making radio stars nervous for Make Some Noise Day?
16 September 2019, 13:54 | Updated: 16 September 2019, 15:08
Presenters from across Global are embarking on some epic challenges ahead of Global’s Make Some Noise Day.
The annual charity appeal supports small charities in the UK that help change young people’s lives.
Friday 11th October is this year’s Make Some Noise Day, which encourages people to raise money for small charities that struggle to get heard, by doing something to shout about.
This means dressing loud, baking cakes, taking on challenges or donating.
Listeners can stay tuned to their favourite Global radio station to hear all the exciting challenges happening – and loads more ways you can get involved and support Make Some Noise.
The money raised helps small charities across the UK that do amazing work to change the lives of children and young people living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.
And to find out how you can get involved and challenge yourself, head here
Here are some of the challenges taking place across Global’s radio stations:
Heart Breakfast’s Jamie Theakston will take on a 650 mile Bike Britain challenge. He is cycling across the UK visiting eight cities in eight days. For more information click here
More Music Breakfast presenter Tim Lihoreau will be attempting to break a world record by pulling a piano through the streets of London! For more information click here