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Funny man Bob Mortimer cooked up a treat for a Kent charity.
Bob, whose comic partner Vic Reeves lives near Lenham, whipped up some chocolate brownies and then donated the recipe to the Hospice in the Weald at Pembury.
He put forward the dish to support the hospice's fundraising week, which runs from Monday, May 19, to Sunday, May 25.
Sara Clark, corporate fundraising manager, said: "Every little bit you raise helps us reach our £25,000 target – this would be enough to run our hospice day service for a whole month – allowing us to bring patients together, giving hope, friendship and an opportunity to experience new things."
For more information on ways of supporting the hospice, call Sara or Maddy on 01892 820586 to request a fundraising pack, or visit the website: www.hospiceintheweald.org.uk.
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