Are you ready to show Darren Maule some love, Nottingham Road?
Hello Nottingham Road! Are you ready to show Darren Maule some love? The East Coast Radio Breakfast Tour will roll into Nottingham Road on the afternoon of 21 July 2014. Are you ready for some fun, action and loads of selfies?
Darren has chosen your part of the province for the third stop of the tour that kicks off in Umlazi, Durban on 18 July 2014. The team then travels to Port Shepstone before arriving in Nottingham Road. Darren, Natarah from A-Far-Ra, Mak “Big Mak” Dlamini, Good Guy Gabe and Gorgeous George will be broadcasting live from 6am to 9am on 22 July 2014 from Rawdon’s Estate.
But broadcasting isn’t the only thing they’ll be doing there. The team will be making their own beer! We can’t tell you which members of the team are more excited than others but we can say that whoever they are, they can’t wait!
This exclusive brew will be named after East Coast Radio and Darren wants you to help name the beer and design the label. But he’ll tell you all about it when he gets to Nottingham Road.
That’s not all he has up his sleeve though. The Stunt Guy, Kevin, is in for a nasty shock. We haven’t told him yet, but Darren plans on sending him to spend the night at the infamous Room 10 in Notties Hotel. Will Ker-ker-Kevin (to pronounce it ala Darren-Maule-style) rise up to the challenge? And more importantly, will those rock-hard pecs of his be on any use against Charlotte?
Ker-ker-Kevin is part of the East Coast Radio TV crew that is travelling with Darren on the tour. In fact, a contingent of 25 people will be on the customised bright yellow East Coast Radio Breakfast Tour bus when it rolls into Nottingham Road. Make sure you get your pic, or at least catch the eye of the official tour photographer!
Come on down, meet the team, have a coffee and a muffin on us. Darren loves talking but he also loves stories. So tell him what’s special about Newcastle; what does your town have that the rest of KZN doesn’t?
The bottom line is, we want you to get involved!
How well do you know your own town, Nottingham Road? Darren is looking for a young resident to take on The Grand Challenge during the live broadcast from Rawdon’s Estate. Do you know your local history, landmarks and legends? Can your child teach you a thing or two about your home town? Is he/she between the ages of 9 and 12? If so, SMS Smarty Pants, your name and area to 33116 to stand in line to enter. SMS’s cost R1.50 each.
The East Coast Radio Breakfast Tour – live from Nottingham Road on 22 July 2014. Come say hello. We’d love you see you. And we just love to make new friends!