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Recently in the news, we’ve been hearing about the shocking suicide statistics amongst young people as a result of bullying, but also how young people are more giving to charity than previous generations. What is causing this stark contrast in figures? This coming Wednesday - 1st July - would have marked Princess Diana’s 54th birthday. The Diana Award is a charity founded in 1999 by the government as a legacy to Diana’s belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better. We’ll be hearing from the lady who’s helping to keep Diana’s legacy alive, Tessy Ojo, CEO of The Diana Award, as they look ahead to their Award Ceremony and Anti-Bullying Showcase.
Also happening next week is a whole lot of prayer! Monday marks the beginning of a week of 24/7 prayer, on and for London estates. This is the brain child of Daniel Haigh, who will be chatting to Anna to tell you how you can support life in our capital.
And from the South East to the North West: over ten thousand people are expected to attend this year’s Heaton Festival to enjoy the free entertainment and family fun in what has been dubbed the ‘community event of the summer’. The festival is being organised by Heaton Churches Together and they are promising the tastiest local food, an all-new sport zone, and a medley of home grown musical talent. We’ll be hearing from Premier’s Ian Britton as he catches up with Heaton Festival Director Hannah Clarke-Stamp and Pastor Mark Elder from Heaton Baptist Church.
Not forgetting prizes galore in 66 Seconds and From The Mouths Of Babes, including loads of music!