British radio presenters Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon are teaming up with Taylor Swift in their incredible charity breakfast show on October 9th – raising money for Global’s Make Some Noise.

Global’s Make Some Noise Day will see the three take to the skies, 1,000 feet above London, at the top of The Shard to present a never-before-heard show.

Not only will they be facing the heights of Western Europe’s tallest building, but Taylor has set Dave and Lisa a terrifying challenge: whoever raises the least in the run up to 9th October – Global’s Make Some Noise day – has to clean the windows of The View from the Shard – from the outside!

Capital Breakfast’s Dave Berry said: “I’m absolutely terrified of losing out to Lisa on this challenge, so I’m going to need everyone’s support. I’m pulling out all the stops to raise as much money as possible for our new charity, Global’s Make Some Noise, so please get behind me and donate!”

Lisa Snowdon said: “The forfeit for losing this challenge is possibly one of the most terrifying things I’ve ever been faced with, thanks Taylor! I need everyone’s support on this – help me get Dave up there! Come on, London, I need your help!”

It’s up to you – are you Team Lisa or Team Dave?

To save Lisa from scaling the shard text ‘LISA’ to 70070.

To save Dave from this window-cleaning nightmare text ‘DAVE’ to 70070.

The pair have just over a week to raise the most – so get donating today!

Glabal’s Make Some Noise helps disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. These youngsters may be affected by illness, disability, bereavement or lack of opportunity. They want every child and teenager to reach their full potential. So they use the power of radio to MAKE SOME NOISE for those who struggle to be heard. Which allows them to award grants to specially selected projects across the country that are changing young lives.

Find out more here.

Source: Make Some Noise

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