CityBeat appeal gets X-Factor
X-Factor star Andy Abraham joined CityBeat DJs Stuart Robinson, Lisa McCormick and Andy Pugh to welcome Movie House Cinemas as a partner in their annual Christmas Toy Appeal. Last year CityBeat 96.7 listeners collected a record amount of toys for kids of all ages through their annual appeal.
CityBeat Station Director Richard Collett said: "We are delighted to launch the fifth annual Citybeat Toy Appeal, supporting the Royal Group of Hospitals and the NI Children's Hospice. Over the last few years we've been bowled over by the generosity of our listeners in providing toys for children and teenagers and we look forward to another great response this year. I'd also like to pay special thanks to Movie House at Dublin Road, Yorkgate and Glengormley who this year are providing the drop off points, and to Andy Abrahams who helped us launch the appeal this week."
Michael McAdam from Movie House Cinemas added: "Movie House is delighted to be involved in this toy appeal. We hope that our convenient locations will make it easier for people to donate toys and bring happiness to more children at this time of year."
CityBeat DJ Stuart Robinson said just one toy can make a big difference in one child's life: "We're looking for new toys for children of all ages: young babies, toddlers, teenagers and of course for those with special needs", he said.
"We can't, because of infection, risk accept soft toys or outdoor toys, but anything else will be most welcome. Drop your donation off at the Movie House Cinema locations across Greater Belfast — you'll find these at Dublin Road, The Yorkgate Complex and Glengormley."
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