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Join Teen Face of the Year in sponsored walk to raise money for underprivileged children

29 July 2014
by Eleanor Perkins

Teen Face of the Year Kerys Squire will host a sponsored walk from Deal Castle to the Zetland Arms in Kingsdown, today (Wednesday).

The walk, in aid of the Rainbow Child Foundation, costs £3 to take part.

People can register on the day. Arrive at Deal Castle by 9.30am to register, the walk will commence at 10am.

Teen Face of the Year Kerys Squire

Teen Face of the Year Kerys Squire

The Rainbow Child Foundation, which helps underprivileged children all over the world in a variety of ways, is the appointed charity of The Face of the Globe pageant.

Kerys, 15, has got a number of charity events planned between now and October, when she will compete for the title of Teen Face Of The Globe in Disneyland Paris.

Kerys said: “Since I’ve been crowned it’s been so busy. I have been supporting my pageant Face of the Globe and making appearances all over England and in Greece.

“I’m loving every minute and I’m now looking forward to doing my own charity fundraising for the Rainbow Child Foundation.

"I hope people will be encouraged to come and walk with me and support this amazing charity.

"I look forward to seeing lots of you there.”

For more information contact Kerys on 07860777345.

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