SINGERS, tap dancers and cheer leaders are entertaining crowds at Radio Odstock's Spring Fair today (Saturday).

The fair at Salisbury District Hospital is part of a live 24-hour fundraising broadcast currently underway in aid of the Stars Appeal Breast Cancer Unit Campaign and the local hospital radio.

Taking place on car park 1 of Salisbury District Hospital grounds until 6pm, the line up includes live music on stage in addition to drama sketches and other entertainment.

Eleven-year-old Josie Hallett was among the singers to perform earlier today.

There also stalls including refreshments, a raffle and Castledown Radio's Roadshow.

Radio presenter Ben Johnson, who began broadcasting live at 7am this morning and will continue on through to 7am tomorrow, will also be getting his legs waxed live on air in aid of charity.

Presenter Roger Nicholls said: "We're helping Ben get through it by making him lots of cups of coffee and bringing him food.

"He also has a number of guests popping into the studio throughout the 24 hours to make sure he doesn't crash out over the discs.

"It's been a great day and has brought all the generations together.

"There's been a lovely atmosphere and hopefully it will raise money and awareness of the radio station and the breast cancer campaign."

Earlier this afternoon, a plaque was unveiled at Radio Odstock's record library in memory of 24-year-old Graeme Comlay.

Graeme was a Radio Odstock DJ for ten years and was a regular voice on the station on Tuesday evenings.

He was killed in car accident on the A360 between Wilton and Woodford on November 24.

*Organisers are asking people to use public transport or share vehicles as car park spaces are limited.

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