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News: UK

Mon 26 Apr, 2010
By Danielle Carter


The group will perform some of their well known favourites for walkers after they arrive back at Potters Fields Park from their 10km walk through the capital.

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On Sunday 6th June, top British band The Feeling will be taking to the stage at Crusaid’s Walk for Life 2010 to help celebrate the event’s 21st Birthday and raise vital funds for adults and children affected by HIV and AIDS living in poverty.

The group will perform some of their well known favourites for walkers after they arrive back at Potters Fields Park from their 10km walk through the capital. All money raised from the event will help Crusaid to support thousands of people living with HIV and AIDS whilst experiencing severe hardship.

 

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