Bro Radio presenter to get waxed for charity

A volunteer radio presenter from Bro Radio is to get the whole of his back waxed for charity.


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Leroy Keeble, who is from Barry and is also employed by his family owned Food For Thought Deli on High Street, was encouraged to take on the painful procedure after customers, colleagues and friends suggested he should.


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Posted by Food For Thought – The Deli on Wednesday, 29 March 2017


The 22 year-old has chosen Sully based childrens hospice, Ty Hafan as his nominated charity.

Leroy said: “I chose Ty Hafan as the charity to donate all monies raised as I know families who have been supported by them and the great work they do.”

Talking about the wax itself he added: “I’m very nervous about getting waxed because my back is very hairy and I have been told many times that it really hurts, but I know the money raised will go to a great cause. I would also like to thank Emma  from The Beauty Studio in High Street for agreeing to do the waxing.”


So it worked out about 260 of you think I should get my back waxed for charity. I will do it very soon! Leroy 🙂 x

Posted by Food For Thought – The Deli on Thursday, 30 March 2017


The procedure will take place on Wednesday 24th May and you will be able to see photos and videos on the Bro Radio Facebook page.

You can tune into Leroy every Saturday night between 9pm and midnight with Club Classics

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Nathan Spackman

Nathan is the Operations Manager at Bro Radio. You'll occasionally find him with our street team and hosting at local events as well as presenting our facebook live videos.