Please join me Jag Singh for the ultimate motivational ride on Sunday 18th September on The Inspiration Zone at 15:00. Tune into Gateway 97.8 and listen in to my next instalment and dosage of stimulation to get you in gear to tackle the weeks challenges ahead. This week I will be interviewing Helen Marriner who represents The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. Helen is the NSPCC area coordinator for Essex, Southend on Sea and Thurrock, she will be speaking about the great work her and her team do to keep our children safe and happy.
The NSPCC have an amazing quote – Every childhood is worth fighting for, and many trained volunteers around the country who work for the NSPCC visit Primary Schools and conduct workshops and assemblies and tell our children that they have the right to – Speak Out and Stay Safe! So, please tune in and show us your support for this great organisation, the NSPCC.
As always, I will be playing my inspirational playlist for all, so do have your dancing shoes at hand! Manj Musik/Tina Turner and many more are lined up to pump you up on a Sunday afternoon! There will also be a great short motivational message especially for you called Unbroken, a compilation of speeches from the greatest speakers of our time. You have the right to achieve your dreams and goals, no matter what anyone else tells you, The Inspiration Zone strongly believes that you can achieve anything you put your mind to and follow through with muscular action.
If you or anyone you know has an inspiring story to tell please do get in touch and I would love to hear it. You may even find yourself sitting in the studios on The Inspiration Zone guest chair sharing your story with our beloved listeners. Or, if you are a charity or community group, again do get in touch and I would like to celebrate and promote the great work you do. Please contact me on the email below:
Be motivated…Be inspired…and be there! Sunday 15:00 on Gateway 97.8.
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