Keighley singer Ricky puts pen to paper for charity

Ricky Wilson

Ricky Wilson

First published in News

Kaiser Chiefs frontman – Keighley’s own Ricky Wilson – has put pen to paper to raise cash for charity.

He is among a host of celebrities whose scribblings are being auctioned on eBay in aid of Epilepsy Action.

Ricky, who is also a judge on hit BBC show The Voice, is taking part in the venture in support of annual National Doodle Day.

The public can join in by creating their own masterpieces, and donating £1 to Epilepsy Action. Prizes will be awarded for the best entries.

Philippa Cartwright, the charity’s fundraising events manager, said: “Every year we are overwhelmed with the positive support we receive from celebrities and members of the public alike.

“The celebrity doodle auction is always a terrific success, raising thousands of pounds in much-needed funds for Epilepsy Action.”

The auction runs until Sunday, and the public competition is open until April 4. Visit national doodleday.org.uk for further information.

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