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Tuesday 14 July 2009 6.39pm
On Thursday 27th August 2009 at 10.30am
The Genuine & Original London Pearly Kings & Queens
are doing the Cockney Walk for Help for Heroes
Starting at City Hall nr Tower Bridge to Lambeth Bridge
Via the City, 20 Pearly Kings & Queens
Prince & Princessess-20 serving Irish Guards
40 Pearly Angel walkers Family & Friends.
WW11 vets-Chelsea Pensioners-Army Cadets-Royal British Legion and Many more. all walking for this special charity, Boris Johnson was invited to start us but cant make it, but the good news is the Lord Mayor of Southwark our main sponsor Barry Albin from F.A Albin & Sons Funeral Directors (Bermondsey) maybe doing the walk with us.
the mayor of westminister may welcome us up when we finish the walk, for a picnic in St James park
We are Looking for A Celeb to start the walk off
but with no joy yet, are you one or do you know one
who would like to take part in the cockney walk for Help for Heroes.
please contact pearlykingjim Pearly King of Camberwell & Bermondsey

Wednesday 15 July 2009 7.36am
Why dont you ask Patrick Stewart? he lives on the barge near the bridge I think, or Kevin Spacey at the Old Vic? They both look very fit....
Wednesday 15 July 2009 8.29am
Cheers for the reply Jan
Can you enlighten me on Patrick Stewart i must have missed him on my travels
All the best of cockney Luck
Wednesday 15 July 2009 8.37am
Patrick Stewart...Jean Luc-Picard...Startrek geezer! good actor,
Wednesday 15 July 2009 8.55am
Cheers Jan
I must be getting old, is he the bald one
im not really a treckie
Wednesday 15 July 2009 9.11am
He is indeed follicularly challenged...or bald as a coot..still gorgeous though....
Wednesday 15 July 2009 10.22am
He's acting in Waiting for Godot on the Haymarket at the moment. (He's very good, but) this might mean he's too busy. Although you could go via the theatre without twisting the route too much?

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