Author Sir Terry Pratchett is showing his support for the Alzheimer's Society.

Terry Pratchett
Terry Pratchett

Pratchett, who is a patron of the charity and has a rare form of Alzheimer's, wrote on the charity's website about the celebration meal he ate after the birth of his daughter. Other celebrities who have written about their memories for the campaign include former chat show host Sir Michael Parkinson, actor Tony Robinson and broadcaster Fern Britton.


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