Letters To Editor
"66 HEROES WANTED"
"I AM writing to your readers with a special request. I am looking for '66 Heroes to join me on a unique trekking adventure to Patagonia, Chile in October 2004, in memory of my late husband, Footballing legend Bobby Moore.
After Bobby's death from bowel cancer in 1993, I set up Cancer Research UK's Bobby Moore Fund, which has, to date, raised over £3 million for research into bowel cancer. We organise fundraising events throughout the year to ensure this vital research can continue and work hard to raise public awareness about the disease and its symptoms.
We are hoping to raise more than £100,000 from Trek Patagonia and to do this, we need your help. Taking on this 10-day challenge will not only give you the experience of a lifetime but also the chance to do something to help thousands of people out there who are affected by bowel cancer.
Patagonia is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt regions on the globe. Our trek will take place in the Torres del Paine National Park, following a trail around Torres Massif at the southern end of Chile. This spectacular park is a haven for many species of flora and fauna - giving trekkers the chance to see amazing wildlife such as condors, flamingos and llama-like guanaco.
Anyone over the age of 18 can join our team - all you need to do is pay a small registration fee and then reach a minimum fundraising target. No experience is needed, just determination and a sense of adventure.
You can find out more about trek Chile by visiting www.cancerresearchuk.org/treks, calling 0870 606 0016 or emailing me at
Please do join me on this adventure and become a '66 Hero.
Yours faithfully, Stephanie Moore MBE, Cancer Research UK's Bobby Moore Fund."
in Transit Robbery in St Helens.
are appealing for witnesses following a cash in transit robbery that happened in St Helens on Wednesday 7 April.
At around 1.35pm, a security guard was delivering a cash box to the Post Office on College Road. He was approached by a man carrying what is believed to be a handgun, who stole the cash box. The security guard was not injured in the incident.
The man left the scene through an alleyway in the direction of Fox Place and possibly escaped in a silver car seen leaving the scene.
The offender is described as white, between 30 and 35 years of age, around 6ft tall with a muscular build. He was wearing dark trousers with a dark, waterproof waist length jacket. He also wore a dark hat, pulled over his ears.
If anyone has any information regarding this incident, they are urged to contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Fail to Stop Road Traffic Collision in Kirkby
are appealing for witnesses to a fail to stop road traffic collision which occurred at about
9:55pm, Saturday 10 April on Mill Lane Kirkby.
A 33 year old local male was struck by what is only described as white Volvo estate motor car as he was crossing Mill Lane close to its junction with Glovers Brow. The car did not stop.
The male was taken to Hospital with serious leg injuries, which are not considered life threatening.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the police on 0151 777 5730 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
- SWITCHED ON THIS WEEK - THE BEST BITS ON TV
- By Caren Clark of TV & Satellite Week Magazine
- For the
eek Saturday 17 April to Friday 23 April
- 1. Superhuman Channel 4 Saturday 7pm; 10 remarkable volunteers undergo a series of extreme physical and mental challenges as they compete to be crowned Britain's Superhuman.
2. The London Marathon BBC1 Sunday 8.30am BBC2 Sunday 6.40pm; The Four-Minute Mile BBC2 Wednesday 9pm; As the 24th London Marathon gets underway, another sporting triumph is celebrated in a special programme marking the 50 years since
Roger Bannister became the first athlete to run a mile in less than four minutes.
3. He Knew He was Right BBC1 Sunday 9pm; NEW SERIES; Andrew Davies' four-part adaptation of Anthony Trollope's novel tells the story of a young couple fighting to hold onto their marriage. Bill Nighy and Geraldine James are among the star-studded cast.
4. Siegfried and Roy Biography Sunday 9pm; This profile of the glitzy magicians traces their rise to stardom, from their childhoods in post-war Germany to Roy's recent brush with death after he was attacked by a white tiger during one of their Las Vegas performances.
5. The BAFTA TV Awards ITV1 Monday 9pm ITV2 Monday10.30pm & 11.30pm; After winning a film BAFTA for Love Actually, will Bill Nighy complete the double for his performance in State of Play? Meanwhile The Office's Ricky Gervais and Martin Freeman go head to head with Little Britain's Matt Lucas and David Walliams for the comedy honours. With backstage footage on ITV2.
6. Tarzan Sky One Wednesday 8pm; NEW SERIES;
Australian model Travis Fimmel appears as the latest incarnation of the jungle boy in this new US drama which sees the Ape Man swinging his way
across the skyline of New York.
7. May 33rd BBC1 Wednesday 9pm; Lia Williams stars in this harrowing drama about a disturbed woman who suffers from multiple personality disorder following years of ritualistic abuse.
8. Shane ITV1 Wednesday 10pm; NEW SERIES;
Frank Skinner writes and stars in this new sitcom about a wise-cracking cabbie who is an
embarrassment to his employers and his long-suffering wife and kids.
9. Friends E4 Thursday 9pm/Channel 4 Friday 9pm; After ten years of disastrous dates, Phoebe finally makes it up the aisle with her doting beau Mike. But with a major snowstorm and Joey performing the ceremony, will everything go smoothly?
10. Derren Brown: Trick of the Mind Channel 4 Friday 10.10pm; NEW
SERIES; Having survived his Russian Roulette stunt, the psychological illusionist
carries out more mind-bending feats and even gets the better of Stephen
VARIATIONS:- Derren Brown: Trick of the Mind S4C Friday 11.10pm;
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