Eastenders stars give autographed Albert Square sign to Toy Appeal
Here’s your chance to own a piece of TV history - and ensure that Newham’s neediest children have presents to wake up to on Christmas morning.
Eastenders star Ricky Grover and Perry Fenwick, who play Andrew Cotton and Billy Mitchell respectively, paid a visit to our partner charity Community Links’ headquarters on Barking Road on Friday to present them with a very special gift in aid of our Christmas Toy Appeal.
The big-hearted duo got the entire cast of the popular BBC1 soap to sign an Albert Square street sign, complete with the words “London Borough of Walford, E20”.
You can own the collectible East End memorabilia by bidding through the Recorder and all of the proceeds will go towards our Christmas Toy Appeal for disadvantaged youngsters.
You can e-mail your bid from now to email@example.com until 5pm on Wednesday, December 12.
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The bidder must agree to pick up the shirt from Kevin Jenkins at Community Links and pay by cash to the charity. Please include your address and phone number with your bid.
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