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Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee ‘Voice’ support for local charity

09:55 17 January 2014

Paul Daniels and Debbie Mcgee

Paul Daniels and Debbie Mcgee

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Celebrity couple Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee have provided their well-recognised voices and unique comedy style to a special production by Thames Hospice

Featuring two loveable dogs, called Boo Boo and Rusty, the latest Thames Hospice video encourages dog owners to take part in the charity’s forthcoming fundraising event ‘Woofs and Wellies’. Paul and Debbie provide the voices of the two dogs and bring their wonderful sense of humour to the footage, even adding barks and growls in all the right places. To view the fang-tastic video visit bit.ly/1eHnTST
Woofs and Wellies is a 9k dog themed early-morning stroll set in the glorious surrounds of Windsor Great Park. It takes place at 9am on Saturday, February 22, and is open to all dog lovers. Whether you want to bring your own dog, dress up as one, bring a toy dog or even your invisible pet, everyone is welcome.

Liz Showell, Director of Income Generation and Marketing at Thames Hospice, says: “We are thrilled that Paul and Debbie continue to support us and have given their time to help with our Woofs and Wellies event. Their humorous voiceover has taken the video to a whole new level and people would be barking mad to miss it! It is certain to bring a smile to our current supporters and hopefully strike a chord with new ones, encouraging lots of people to sign up to the event to raise money for Thames Hospice.”

Simply sign up your four legged entry by calling call 01753 848947 or visiting Thameshospice.org.uk/woofsandwellies . Each four-legged entry can bring as many two-legged friends as they like. You would be barking mad to miss it!

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