Classic FM’s Tim Lihoreau is going to be pulling a piano across London – all for a great cause
13 September 2019, 08:20 | Updated: 20 September 2019, 08:55
With the aim of raising money for Classic FM’s charity, Global’s Make Some Noise – and making a world-record attempt along the way – Tim will be joined by fellow presenters for Classic FM’s Piano Pull this October.
Taking place on Tuesday 8 October, Classic FM’s Piano Pull will see Classic FM’s More Music Breakfast presenter, Tim Lihoreau – joined by members of the Classic FM family to help along the way – pull a piano (that’s right, a real full-sized upright piano) through London – all for a great cause.
Tim is going to be pulling the piano from the Classic FM office to the Royal Albert Hall – just in time for Classic FM Live that night – joined by a few fellow presenters along the way. Now we know what this has all been about...
And what’s more is apparently nobody has ever officially pulled a piano that far, so Tim’s aiming for a World Record attempt to boot!
He is in training as we speak and needs YOU – for any donations or words of encouragement you might have – to help him raise money and invaluable support for Classic FM’s charity, Make Some Noise.
Now all that’s left to say is – let’s… pull together, for a great cause! And donate below…
Donate to Classic FM's Piano Pull now
You can also donate by text.
To give £10, £20 or £30, text PIANO10, PIANO20 or PIANO30 to 70766
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What is Classic FM’s charity, Global’s Make Some Noise?
Global’s Make Some Noise is Classic FM’s charity, funding and empowering projects across the UK to help disadvantaged children, young people and their families.
Make Some Noise focuses on making a difference through lots of local charities around the country, rather than one big charity that might not reach everyone who needs it.
Make Some Noise funds vital equipment and life-changing services to help children and young people through challenging times, including therapy, counselling, nursing and support groups.
Find out more at makesomenoise.com.