Save the Children is unveiling a new 48-sheet poster to support Save the Children Week (April 27 to May 3). The poster, created by advertising agency Clark & Taylor, will feature for six weeks on Channel 4’s Brookside – on the petrol station hoarding regularly appearing in the series. It will also be displayed at London Bridge station. Save the Children Week is the biggest fundraising drive for the charity, which works in over 50 countries worldwide, including the UK.
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