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Radio presenters surprise musical charity with almost £80,000

PUBLISHED: 07:30 21 April 2018

Musical Keys staff receive a cheque from Heart East Anglia Breakfast Show DJs Dave Taylor and Heidi Secker. L-R: Dave, Musical Keys’ Alison Cooper, Oliver Payne and Sallie Eastick MBE, Heidi. PHOTO: Global's Make Some Noise.

Musical Keys staff receive a cheque from Heart East Anglia Breakfast Show DJs Dave Taylor and Heidi Secker. L-R: Dave, Musical Keys’ Alison Cooper, Oliver Payne and Sallie Eastick MBE, Heidi. PHOTO: Global's Make Some Noise.

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Two radio presenters have surprised a Norfolk charity with a cheque for almost £80,000.

Heidi Secker and Dave Taylor, who present Heart East Anglia’s breakfast show, arranged to film Musical Keys receiving a cheque of £32,479 that the charity had applied for.

What the charity did not know was the cheque would in fact be for £79,000.

Musical Keys offers more than 5,000 places to disabled people in Norfolk, providing all ages with access to music and the arts.

The money raised by Heart East Anglia and Global’s Make Some Noise will fund two projects involving weekly and fortnightly sessions in six locations, for the next two years.

The Unite and Express projects use music to improve the emotional and mental well-being of children and young people.

Since its launch in 2014, Make Some Noise has raised more than £11m and helped 192 charities and projects.

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