Sir Cliff Richard surprises some children at Heathrow who are on their way to Florida with a special song.
Sir Cliff Richard waved off 200 hundred children from across the South East who are on their way to America at Heathrow yesterday.
They are a group of seriously ill and disabled youngsters taking part of a trip to theme parks in Florida. The trip was organised by a Buckinghamshire charity called Dreamflight.
Sir Cliff's full interview is below:
Watch Sir Cliff Richard's special rendition of 'We're all going on a summer holiday'.
200 children from across the South East are on their way to America - as part of the biggest trip in the world to take seriously ill and disabled youngsters to theme parks in Florida. They were waved off by Sir Cliff Richard as they left Heathrow this morning.
The two-week trip is organised by the Buckinghamshire-based charity Dreamflight, which has raised almost a million pounds and has now taken a total of 5,000 children on the trip.