Rachael Goes To Ground

Rachael Goes To Ground Saturday Sequence presenter Rachael Howarth has joined a new team working in the community for Radio City 96.7. Rachael and the rest of the Ground Crew have been working on the Schools Out For The Summer project to keep youngsters busy over the holidays. She's been helping organise free workshops for children. Everton and Liverpool Football Club coaches have been involved in soccer skills lessons. But Rachael's probably more at home with the DJ workshop!

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