Charlie Charges On - Funding the fight with Brain Tumor Research

Françoise meets Charlie. This little boy loved the series Mind Your Language! How fabulous and honoured to have met him and in the knowledge that the series made him laugh before he died of a brain tumour. He is now meeting his heroes in Heaven! Françoise is a Goodwill Ambassador for 'Charlie Charges On'. ... RIP Charlie, We shall never forget you. Xxxxxx 
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THE SICK CHILDREN'S TRUST

The Sick Children's Trust
we're here, so you can be there
 
 
The Sick Children's Trust believes that no child should be separated from their family while in hospital receiving treatment for serious illness - help us to allow the most basic of medicines to work: family love and support.

Our mission is to provide high quality 'Home from Home' accommodation for families whose children are receiving hospital treatment for serious illness.
The Sick Children's Trust exists to support and promote the child's recovery and further to support the fabric and well being of the family as a whole.
 

Françoise Pascal is an Ambassador for the Sick Children's Trust

Claygate Christmas Lights

 
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood joined thousands of villagers in Claygate at the annual Christmas lights switch-on. The rock star, who lived at Ruxley Towers, delighted organisers by agreeing to take part in the ceremony only last week.

He was joined by Françoise Pascal, star of the 1970s TV show 'Mind your Language', to press the button and turn on the lights on Saturday, December 4, 2010.

“Everyone was down on the parade enjoying the festive fun and we were thrilled to welcome Françoise and Ronnie as our celebrities this Christmas.”

Claygate councillor Steve Wells also auctioned a  rugby shirtsigned by the English Team and  donated by England team manager Martin Johnson. Seen below. It sold for £260 and was bought by Neil Strachan, who is currently serving in the Grenadier Guards. The proceeds were donated to Help for Heroes.

 

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