Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury donates much needed funds to NSPCC
BBC1 Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury recently donated £2,000 to the NSPCC and its work in Sheffield. The donation was part of funds raised at a clay pigeon shoot in Derbyshire in aid of Marie Curie. Julia has supported the event for four years and asked if some of the money raised could go to the NSPCC this year.
Julia Bradbury, said "I have been a supporter of the NSPCC for many years and it's great to be able to give something back to Sheffield, where I went to school."
Julia was the face of the NSPCC HACK events in 2009 and 2010. As a keen walker it seems fitting that she also donated a pair of signed walking boots to the NSPCC.
Commenting on the HACK, Julia said: "I love the great outdoors and walking is such a good boost for the body and mind. The NSPCC HACKs are a great way to raise money for the NSPCC to help support vulnerable and abused children."
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