Cambridge 105 Radio breakfast raises Foodbank funds
Listeners to Cambridge 105 Radio’s breakfast show have helped raise £500 for the Cambridge City Foodbank and its Warm Homes Campaign.
In the run-up to Christmas, Cambridge Breakfast presenters Julian Clover and Lucy Milazzo added a festive twist to their daily Questions Questions Quiz.
Each correct answer was sponsored by Woodfines Solicitors and Rotary Club of Cambridge.
As an added incentive listeners’ names went into a draw to win a Christmas hamper from The Gog Farm Shop.
Julian & Lucy said: “Since March we have seen how the Cambridge community has come together to help those in need. Thanks to our wonderful sponsors, we set a competitive Questions Questions challenge to our lovely listeners. We are delighted that together we have raised such a great amount of money which will really help families across the city this winter.”
Margaret Saner, CEO, Cambridge City Foodbank, said: “The money raised by Cambridge 105 Radio in support of our Warm Homes appeal will go a long way in helping us to support those struggling to pay their energy bills and will ensure that families do not have to go without either necessity.”