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250 Challenges, see what our supporters are doing

During January David Crane decided he would join the Take On 250 Challenge by singing 250 songs.

He has been sponsored by family, friends and neighbours. David, 79 years old from Huyton has a huge repertoire of songs from Hymns to jazz and in many different languages too. He said “I heard Gillian on Radio Merseyside talking about the difference it would make to people with a sight loss at Bradbury Fields, so I thought what can I do? Then I thought about all the songs I know and how I sang in various choirs so decided that’s how I would raise money. I didn’t know anything about Bradbury Fields till I heard this interview, but I am so happy I did and even happier that I can help. You know, if I can do it, anybody can”

Good luck David and thank you so much for your support

David sitting on his sofa ready to sing

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