Triple M’s Hot Breakfast Support Luke Batty Foundation With Community Fair

Triple M’s Hot Breakfast Support Luke Batty Foundation With Community Fair
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Triple M’s Hot Breakfast with Eddie McGuire, Mick Molloy and Luke Darcy will give back to Victoria’s Tyabb community on Monday 1st December during an outside broadcast that will see a huge outdoor carnival staged for the community, to support the Luke Batty Foundation and the Tyabb Junior Football Club.

The Hot Breakfast will broadcast live from the clubfrom 6am – 9am on the morning, featuring special guest Shane Warne who will be both on air and on-the-ground showing off his iconic bowling skills as he bowls to Mick, Darce and some lucky local kids.

Held at Tyabb Junior Football Club from6am – 12pm on Monday 1st December, the carnival will aim to give back to the community following the tragic death of schoolboy Luke Batty earlier this year, and fulfil a promise made by the Hot Breakfast to his mother Rosie Batty to restore the club to being a place of joy.

Eddie McGuire said, “We have to return the Tyabb Footy Club to being a place of joy where dreams are made, not where tragedy is remembered.”

The carnival will provide an endless list of family fun and feel-good activities including mini golf, jumping castles, snake handlers, a dunking machine and much more!

Triple M’s very own Billy Brownless and Campbell Brown will also attend the fair, in addition to St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt and AFL star Joey Montagna. The St Kilda Football Cluband the Melbourne Stars will also hold clinics for the kids on the day alongside an animal farm, fire trucks, slushy machines and Coles fresh fruit and water.

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