Robert Plant sends Wolves fan special 50th birthday message
A rock legend has sent a well-known Wolves fan a special message for his 50th birthday.
Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant put together the message for Neil Taylor, the landlord of the Fox at Shipley and a well-known fundraiser for Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Neil recently spent several weeks severely ill at New Cross Hospital with Covid-19 after being admitted in March, but went on to make a full recovery.
He has since worked to raise funds for the NHS, with more than £5,000 raised by the sale of a match-worn Conor Coady shirt.
Robert Plant, who has been a vice-president of Wolves and lives in Kidderminster, sent the message to wish Neil well while playing the guitar.
Daz Hale, who co-hosts the Sam and Daz at Breakfast show on BBC Radio WM, posted the video on Twitter.
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