Published Saturday, 05 October 2013
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It's the biggest total since the station first began the challenge, five years ago.
The money will be used to help the hospice raise funds for a new building.
NI Hospice is a charity that delivers so much for so many that it is our pleasure to act as a rallying point for our listenership as the charity builds towards its future with the capital appeal.
Station manager Peter McVerry
Station manager Peter McVerry said: "The fantastic thing is that the £120,000-plus raised this week is the fifth year of our support for the NI Hospice.
"During that period we have raised more than £400,000 thanks to the dedication of our presenters and staff and, most importantly the generosity of the U105 listeners."
The Town Tour, hosted by Frank Mitchell, Johnny Hero, Carolyn Stewart and Maurice Jay, visited towns across NI this week before finishing in south Belfast on Saturday.
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