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World Jewish Relief charity walk aims to raise money to help vulnerable people deal with harsh winters in eastern Europe

World Jewish Relief staff members walking across Abbey Road
World Jewish Relief staff members walking across Abbey Road

This recreation of the Beatles' iconic Abbey Road album cover has been released by World Jewish Relief to promote its Walk for Warmth fundraising event, which will take place in Highgate Woods, north London, on 6 November.

The funds raised will help vulnerable people deal with the harsh winters in eastern Europe.

The fundraising event is part of the charity's bigger Operation Winter Survival campaign, which focuses on raising awareness of the plight of communities affected by poverty in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, where temperatures regularly plummet to below -20 degrees.

As well as taking part in the Walk for Warmth the charity is asking people to donate new or good as new hats, scarves, gloves and winter coats, and to sponsor boxes of humanitarian aid.


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