Angel employee Simon Bridges from head office in Wolverhampton will be interviewed on BBC WM today, as part of the Red Alert Appeal currently being run by the Cure Leukaemia Charity to both raise awareness about the illness and money to pay for more nursing power to carry out clinical trials for patients with the condition. Cure Leukaemia is a registered UK Charity that supports the Haematology Centre at the University Hospital in Birmingham and other hospitals through joint research. What the research can provide is access to new drugs and lifesaving treatments. Over the past two years Angel Springs has been the water supplier to the 5K Fun Run donating over 4000 bottles of sports cap water for participants. Simon Bridges commented "I personally have received a trial drug from the leukaemia centre and as it has proved successful for me, I think the charity is a very worthy cause and I shall continue to support this as much as possible". The centre has developed massively over the years and needs as much help as possible. For more information please listen out for Simon’s interview on the Danny Kelly Show BBC WM (95.6 FM) from 3pm.