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Julia Bradbury backs clothes appeal


Rutland-born television presenter Julia Bradbury is backing a campaign to fund research into cancer in children.

Julia is one of the faces of the Give Up Clothes for Good campaign, being run by Cancer Research UK Kids and Teens, and clothes shop TKMaxx.

The campaign runs until March 12 and encourages people to donate bags of their unwanted clothing. Each bag could be worth up to £30 for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens. Donated clothes will be sold in Cancer Research UK shops with all the money raised going to help fund research into children’s cancers.

Donation bins will also be available in TKMaxx stores, such as the one in Bridge Street, Peterborough.


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