Wave 105 raises £16,000 for charity with superhero day

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A RADIO station raised more than £16,000 when its staff dressed as superheroes.

Wave 105 held its annual Superhero Day to raise cash for Naomi House through its charity Cash for Kids.

Organisations from across the region were invited to dress as superheroes for the day and take part in activities.

The event raised £16,355, which will go towards purchasing a new minibus for Naomi House.

The minibus means the charity, which cares for children with life-threatening conditions, can take families on day trips.

Paul Morgan, head of fundraising at Naomi House, said: ‘We’re delighted.

‘A comfortable and modern mini-bus with all the features you could imagine will enable the team to take the children on days trips.

‘The mini-bus will add to the fun that the children and young people enjoy during their visit to Naomi House.’

Wave 105 presenters and listeners raised £3,300.