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WHEELS FOR CHANGE

19 05 2014

At the BaggiesNow preparing for the 100km cycling event, Wheels for Change In aid of UNICEF and supported by Barclays, the 100km challenge will be one of seven cycling events taking place simultaneously across the UK, all starting at Barclays Premier League affiliated grounds on Saturday 24 May.
Steve Dugmore AKA “Duggie” and myself will be setting off from the Baggies via Langley Green, Rowley Village, Dudley, Trysull, Halfpenny Green, Bobbington Wolverley and on past Churchill, up St Kenelms Pass, round to Hunnington via Romsley and back to The Hawthorns.
The event promises to be a fantastic challenge for cyclists as well as raise funds for UNICEF, the world’s leading organisation working for children and adolescents.
If you see us give us a toot but more importantly were looking for your “loot”
http://www.unicef.org.uk/landing-pages/wheels-for-change-donate/





7inSeven

17 07 2013

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29 01 2013
"YES I did it "

YES I DID IT” Check out you tube footage

Blind Dave to fly a plane ?

Blind Dave has already completed a number of challenges set by BBC WM’s Mid morning Presenter Adrian Goldberg: “Dave is a real “have a go hero” but this is his biggest challenge yet. He’s already driven a steam train on the Severn Valley Railway, and gave me a smashing haircut, but can a blind bloke really fly a plane? Well, there’s only one way to find out. I have been with him every step of the way so far, but there’s no way I’m going up in that plane with him. Seriously, Dave is a fantastic guy and will always try out something new. But this is a truly brave gesture.”





Blind Dave to cut BBC WM Adrian Goldberg’s hair

31 10 2012
Hair Cut

Blind Dave looking serious as he attempts to cut Adrian’s hair

Check out you tube footage to see the outcome!





6 08 2012

Blind Dave Heeley has teamed up with BBC WM’s Adrian Goldberg to take on a series of challenges in support of the radio station’s Red Alert Appeal. The aim is to raise as much money as possible to fund research nurses who will offer life saving drugs to leukaemia patients who could otherwise die. Find out more about the appeal at www.redalertappeal.com. The first challenge took place on Monday August 6th when Dave drove a steam train at the Severn Valley Railway. After successfully completing that challenge, Blind Dave has now set himself the task of cutting Adrian’s hair!








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