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Today is National Doodle Day!

27 Feb 2009

Hundreds of celebrities are taking part in National Doodle Day, to raise money for Epilepsy Action and the Neurofibromatosis Association. Doodles by the likes of Sophie Dahl, Jonathan Ross and Heston Blumenthal are being auctioned on eBay in aid of National Doodle Day now!

http://www.nationaldoodleday.org.ukA host of famous names from the worlds of fashion, entertainment, sport and literature have put pen to paper.

Bidders will be able to choose from countless celebrity doodles, including those from: Dragon's Den entrepreneur Deborah Meaden; BBC Radio 1 DJ and TV presenter Edith Bowman; Strictly stars Alesha Dixon and Jill Halfpenny; actors Bob Hoskins and Diana Rigg; award-winning film director and creator of Wallace and Gromit Nick Park; survival expert Bear Grylls; and comedy actors Ricky Gervais and Simon Pegg.

The eBay auction begins today and runs for 10 days. People can also vote for their favourite by text. Details of how to do this can be found on the National Doodle Day website http://www.nationaldoodleday.org.uk/

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