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Ozzy Osbourne Helps Hometown Children's Hospital

05/30/2016
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Ozzy Osbourne

(Classic Rock) Ozzy Osbourne visited a children's hospital in his hometown of Birmingham to help raise funds for a new specialist unit. The Black Sabbath frontman was at Birmingham Children's Hospital to show support for their Star Appeal which aims to raise 3.65million to build the UK's first Rare Diseases Centre for children.

Ozzy tells Birmingham Updates: "My son Louis was in Birmingham Children's Hospital for quite a while as a child and the staff took such good care of him, something which I will always remember.

"They do amazing work for kids and I'm really pleased to drop in and once again show my support for the Star Appeal. It'll be a national centre that will help families not only in my hometown, but also across the country." Read more here.

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