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Celebrities Glow For Guide Dogs Week 2015

29 Sep 2015

Today we launched photographs of famous person supporters Coronation Street big name Ben Price, Sky Sports presenter Natalie Pinkham and Paralympian Libby Clegg as you have by no means noticed them sooner than - sparkling for Guide Dogs!

The celebrities allowed Ben Pricethemselves to be lined in neon paint in toughen of this yr's Guide Dogs Week theme - 'Lets Glow!' with the impressive effects captured on digital camera.

Running from three to 11 October, Guide Dogs Week targets to boost £1million – its greatest fundraising goal ever – to assist the charity proceed its life-changing paintings ensuring that individuals in the United Kingdom who lose their sight do not lose their freedom as smartly. This yr the theme for Guide Dogs Week is 'Lets Glow' in tribute to the well-known neon flash at the information canine’ harness.

Speaking about how her information canine Hattie has modified her lifestyles, Guide Dogs ambassador and Paralympian Libby Clegg mentioned: "Without Hattie, I’m not me. She gives me the freedom to do what I want and live my life how I want. I would love more visually impaired people to be able to experience a life-changing partnership like this and that’s why I’m asking everyone to donate a little bit of time or money this Guide Dogs Week."

Guide Dogs ambassador Natalie Pinkham mentioned: "Every year the funds raised by the generous public during Guide Dogs Week means that this charity can carry on with its invaluable work. I'm encouraging everyone to get involved and find out what will be happening during the week in their local area."

There are numerous ways in which you'll get entangled and Stand Out for information canine this Guide Dogs Week - running in conjunction with the charity to wreck down obstacles for folks with sight loss. Find out extra at www.guidedogs.org.united kingdom.


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