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PARTNERS & PALS

This little section is all about some of the people that I regularly work alongside or have enjoyed a long relationship with.  I have also included some of the charities that I am actively involved with and support. They are all very nice.

Click on the logos for more information and additional pictures.


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Sheffield Children's Hospital

Jessica Ennis-Hill, Michael Vaughan, Michael Palin, Lee Westwood, James Toseland and Nick Matthew are all patrons of the Children's Hospital so when they asked me to join them it was a real honour. The charity needs to raise 20 million big ones to build an essential new wing to continue to offer the best care. The staff are wunderbar and it's a pleasure to be involved. Visit tchc.org.uk


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TASTE

Taste are a charity that raise money to get water to remote parts of Nigeria. I've spent quite a bit of time in Africa over the last few years and my good friend, Ben Udejiofo, set this up many years ago. His passion and drive to help those less fortunate than himself is a real inspiration. The fact that I almost lost a lung during last year's charity 'fun run' was not so pleasant. Must get fitter. taste.org.uk


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The Football Foundation

The Football Foundation are big. In fact they are the UK’s largest sporty charity. Each year they hand out 30 million big ones to grassroots sport - money that comes from the Premier League, The Football Association and the Government.

It was a pleasure to become one of their ambassadors and I've been able to see first hand some of the schemes they have funded.

If you have a new football facility near you, chances are it's part-funded by the lovely people at the Football Foundation. 


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British Broadcasting Corporation

Growing up I marvelled at Des Lynam's moustache and dreamt of a job at the BBC. That job arrived in 2003 at North West Tonight in Manchester. Since then, I have hopped about a bit, left Manchester, gone freelance, returned to Salford and am now in the lovely position of working on some amazing shows & events for the BBC. The organisation is far from perfect but they remain a great pleasure to do business with, watch & listen to. In addition to that my BBC ID card once saved me from arrest on a train in rural China! 


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National Football Museum

For the past few years it has been my privilege to host a number of events at the National Football Museum in Manchester. If you've not been before it is a truly amazing place. My World Cup stats bible from the Brazil World Cup 2014 is one of the thousands of exhibits. I'll be back there again this year hosting the Hall of Fame dinner.

http://www.nationalfootballmuseum.com/