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Win an afternoon tea and meet The Only Way is Essex stars Debbie Douglas and Lydia Bright

PUBLISHED: 10:28 16 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:55 16 August 2017

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TOWIEs Debbie Douglas and daughter Lydia Bright launching an appeal for more Barnardos foster carers in Redbridge

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A charity which for 40 years has been encouraging a love of the great outdoors in disabled children needs your help.

Elhap offers a sanctuary where disabled children get to run wild and enjoy life to the max, in Roding Lane North, Woodford Green.

On September 23, it is holding a sponsored walk in order to raise much needed funds for the charity,

Walkers can choose between three routes, 1.5km, 4km, wheelchair and pushchair friendly, and a longer 10km walk around Claybury Forest.

Whoever raises the most money for the charity will win afternoon tea with The Only Way is Essex stars Debbie Douglas and Lydia Bright.

Lydia Bright said: “ELHAP has been an invaluable source of support for our family over the years.

“I want to encourage everyone to get involved and raise as much money as possible for a great cause that desperately needs support.”

Register now at elhap.org.uk/events.

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