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Josh Widdicombe supports Wear A Hat Day 2020
A new supporter for Wear a Hat Day 2020 is comedian and presenter Josh Widdicombe. Best known for his work on Channel 4’s The Last Leg, Josh is pictured wearing the bespoke top hat made for us by Lock Hatters.
He said: “When I was asked if I’d support Wear A Hat Day I thought: well ‘Big Hat or Small Hat’ is part of the comedy panel show Hypothetical that I host with James Acaster, so why not?
Then I learned about why Wear A Hat Day is so important. It raises awareness of the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under the age of 40, and funds for the basic scientific research that is needed if we are to improve patient options and outcomes.
So please join me and wear a hat on 27 March to support Brain Tumour Research and help us make a difference.”
Josh joins a long line of ‘hatty’ celebrities who will be supporting the premier brain tumour awareness event on Friday March 27th
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