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BBC Radio Humberside Appeal
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Help us help seriously ill children across our region

This year is BBC Radio Humberside's 40th birthday.

To help mark the occasion we are aiming at raising money to support St Andrew's Children's Hospice in Grimsby.

The charity helps children with life-limiting illnesses. They work with families across our region, on both sides of the Humber Estuary.

You may remember that 10 years ago we helped raise nearly £250,000 to get the hospice off the ground.

Now a decade on we hope you will help us raise more funds to expand the work of this vital resource.

How to donate

Donations can be paid directly into the appeal's bank account.

As St. Andrew's Hospice bank with the Co-Operative Bank, you can go into any of their branches in our area and make your donation using the following account details:

Account name: BBC Candle Appeal

Sort Code: 089071

Account Number: 50077122

If you wish to make a donation using your credit card over the phone, please contact St. Andrew's Children's Hospice direct on 01472 350908 and have your credit card to hand.

You can call into any of the St Andrew's Hospice shops across our region and make a donation there.

The aim of this appeal

The "BBC Candle Appeal" has been organised by BBC Radio Humberside. The aim is to encourage the stations listeners to support the work undertaken by the St. Andrew's Children's Hospice across our broadcast area in northern Lincolnshire and the east of Yorkshire.

St. Andrew's Children's Hospice, a company limited by guarantee whose company number is 02710865 and whose registered office is at Peaks Lane Grimsby North East Lincolnshire DN32 9RP and a charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales number 1011117.

More information about the BBC Candle Appeal can be found at:

Further information about St. Andrew's Children's Hospice can be found at:

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