Can you help with a TV filming project in Harwich next Tuesday, 10 September?

September 6, 2013


If anyone with ME/CFS can help with a TV filming project in Harwich next Tuesday, please can you get in touch with me?

It would involve talking to someone else with ME for about an hour – the whole thing to be edited into a three-minute film to be shown on regional TV news. Attendance in Harwich will be required. Train fares may be payable.

The organising charity – Fixers UK – works directly with young people aged 16 to 25.

Please email me at tony@meassociation.org.uk

1 thought on “Can you help with a TV filming project in Harwich next Tuesday, 10 September?”

  1. Just to put folk in the picture – using the information I have to hand:

    Nina Bailey, broadcast researcher for Fixers (a UK charity working with young people which is linked to ITV and funded by the Big Lottery) arranged for 17-year-old Ashleigh Lovett, who has ME, to be filmed in her home town on September 10 talking about her illness and the impact it has had her family, school and social life.

    She was joined in discussion for the film by another young lady with ME who was driven by her mum from Chelmsford all the way into Harwich. And I’m told that Jane Colby, executive director at the Young ME Sufferers Trust, also spoke to camera as another contributor to the film.

    Nina says the resulting 3-minute film will be shown on ITV Anglia News on Thursday, 3rd October, in their 6pm news.

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