Saturday, May 01, 2010

Fundraising for St Oswald's

I am now six weeks into my training for the Great North Run 2010. This year I am running to raise funds for St Oswald's Hospice in Newcastle. St Oswald's is the biggest hospice in the North East and you can read more about their fantastic work here

If you would like to sponsor me, please click here

To read my training and fundraising blog, click here

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Get Kids Going

I am running this year's Great North Run in aid of Get Kids Going, a charity that provides sports wheelchairs for youngsters.

But I don't want to stop there. This year I have pledged to do another half marathon the week after, Run to the Beat in Greenwich, London, for the same cause. I hope the thought of me doing half marathons two Sundays in a row gets you to dig deep!

Please click the donate tab above to sponsor me or click here.

Thank you in advance for your support, which I really appreciate.

Hannah x

Friday, October 28, 2005


I'm working as a television researcher for a while, so probably won't be posting online stories. Please send me an email at the address above if you would like to get in touch.

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Stop and searches

Police are on alert after violence between white and Nepalese youths in a Hampshire town. Watch BBC South Today this evening to see my report on the zero tolerance operation in Farnborough this weekend or click here to read more.

Friday, September 16, 2005

Charity run

In June I wrote about Alexandra Lines, a talented music student and DJ who died aged just 22 of a brain tumour caused by skin cancer. Click here to read more.

Alex's parents said it was their daughter's wish to raise money for cancer charities.

Next month I am taking part in the Great South Run, a 10-mile course in Portsmouth, to raise money in Alex's name for the Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign and Leukaemia Research.

I would be delighted if you would like to support me with a donation. Click here to sponsor me online. Thank you in advance.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Drugs gang

Drugs workers in Portsmouth say they are coping with a crisis after dealers descended on the city this summer selling half-price cocaine and heroin.

The gang targeted rehab clinics and homeless people with business cards advertising their cheap deals.

It comes as Portsmouth is revealed in a report as the cheapest place to buy ecstasy in the UK, with prices as low as 50p a pill.

Watch BBC South Today this breakfast time or evening to hear more on the story from a worker at the city's needle exchange, a recovering heroin user, Portsmouth city council, the police and the charity Drugscope.

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