Date: 17th February 2012 at 3:44pm
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Ever wanted to be a world record holder? Well, now you can!

Local charity, Cure Leukeamia, have approached us asking for our help. Leading up to a campaign where money will be raised to fund vital haematology research nurses, in conjunction with Radio WM, they are hoping to break the world record for the highest number of people dressed as nurses (outside of a hospital).

Are you available between 1pm and 1.30pm on Tuesday 21st February and can get to Victoria Square in Birmingham. If you can bring your own uniform (male or female nursing uniforms, scrubs etc) then please do but they do have a supply to be loaned out.

BBC Radio WM will be there and the attempt will take place live on the Jo Malin show (BBC Radio WM 95.6FM).

So if you fancy a lunchtime with a difference and an opportunity to get involved with this exciting new campaign; which will look to raise vital funds for the charity, please contact: info@cureleukaemia.co.uk or ring Cure Leukaemia on 0121 371 4367 ASAP to register your attendance.