Friday 15th November 2013
Special guest, Samantha Bond ‘Miss Moneypenny’ in four James Bond films, will be joining BBC South sports editor, Tony Husband, weather presenter, Sarah Farmer and charity mascot, Pudsey, for BBC South’s live broadcasts during the 34th BBC Children in Need appeal on Friday 15th November, from the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.
Former ‘Bond girl, Jenny Hanley and Thunderbirds Shane Rimmer will also be joining the party, chatting during the evening with Radio Solent presenter, Alex Dyke.
The museum last hosted the event in 2011 when a 1,000 strong audience joined Pudsey, and South Today presenters for a fun-packed night.
The National Motor Museum is again offering free entry to audience members and fundraisers wishing to present their cheques in person, with an opportunity to look around the exhibits in the museum during the evening. Bands and dance groups from around the region, will be performing live on stage both for the cameras and to also to entertain the audience in between broadcasts.
Entry will be from 5.30pm through the Beaulieu Visitor Admissions Hall, with parking in the visitor car parks. The Brabazon Cafeteria will be open throughout the evening for refreshments. For further information tel: 01590 612345.