New SCT Charity Show Makes Debut On Radio Brockley
An exciting new programme has launched on Radio Brockley. The Skeletal Cancer Trust (SCT) charity, formerly known as SCAT, have a new regular weekday slot hosted by their head of fundraising, Sarah Wright. Sarah is no stranger to Radio Brockley, having been interviewed on several occasions, and also having supported our live broadcast of the opening of the Stanmore Building.
The new show called “The SCT Hour” is the second regular slot by one of the hospital’s other charities, following in the footsteps of “Mending Minds”, hosted by Sharon Keaney from The Disability Foundation. The programme will be broadcast on Wednesday evenings between 9-10pm.
The SCT Hour will feature interviews with surgeons, fundraisers and outpatients of the RNOH, as well as giving updates on the charity’s fund-raising events. They also hope to bring a selection of outside reports. In the opening shows, you’ll be able to hear Billie Clark-Shorten, one of SCT’s most successful fundraisers, talking about her passion for supporting the cause. Plus you’ll be able to hear about the work Abby and Hannah do as physiotherapists, and learn about the ways that you can support this amazing charity.
The RNOH is one of only five designated centres in the country which specialises in the care and treatment of patients who suffer from bone and soft tissue cancers. The Skeletal Cancer Trust is based at the RNOH and funds research, provides support and raises awareness of this rare disease.
You can find out more about the charity on their website at https://www.scatbonecancertrust.com