Do you enjoy following the news? Are you interested in broadcasting? Do you fancy learning interview techniques and tips from a professional journalist? Come along to Childline’s Journalism/Creative Media Workshop which will be held at the Bayside Sports Centre next Monday for teenagers aged 14+.
Four Police Officers from the Metropolitan Police Service in the UK drove from London to Gibraltar in a modified Suzuki Jeep in aid of the Help for Heroes charity.
Andy Le Geyt, Max Chung, Daniel Wickham and Milad Amini raised £1,750 for the charity by doing something different. They went about hatching a plan, Andy Le Geyt says:
Mrs Hazel Parody won first prize of a scooter in the Royal Gibraltar Regiment WO’s and SNCOs Mess annual charity raffle.
Childline will be running a Journalism/Creative Media Workshop at the Bayside Sports Centre next week for teenagers aged 14+.
Personal Trainer Jake Wilde completed a grueling 2,500 mile charity cycle ride from Gibraltar to John O’Groats, Scotland in just 27 days.
Riding alone and unsupported Jake managed to raise £220 in cash donations both in Gibraltar and on route for Gibraltar Cancer Relief and £435 in online donations for the BFBS Big Salute Charity via his Just Giving page.