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12:01 | 21st November 2017

News: UK

Thu 10 Jun, 2010
By Danielle Carter


They were joined by a host of famous faces including 4 Poofs & A Piano, Hollyoaks star Glen Wallace and chart-topping band The Feeling.

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Crusaid's Walk for life a great success

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Over 2,000 took to the streets of the capital on Sunday 6th June to help leading HIV and AIDS charity Crusaid celebrate the 21st Birthday of Crusaid’s Walk for Life.

Walkers of all ages attended the event clad in spectacular fancy dress costumes in a bid to raise vital funds for the charity’s work helping adults and children living with HIV and AIDS in the UK and internationally. They were joined by a host of famous faces including 4 Poofs & A Piano, Hollyoaks star Glen Wallace and chart-topping band The Feeling.

It is estimated that this year’s Crusaid’s Walk for Life has raised an astonishing £250,000 so far, and the money continues to roll in with all walkers able to continue fundraising up until the beginning of September when the sponsorship window closes.

 

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