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    Join the first ever Where’s Wally? fun run in Victoria Park on Sunday 24 March 2013.
    
    Walk, jog or run 5 or 10 km. Entry costs £20 and includes a free official Where's Wally? costume.
    
    Register now!
    
    Raising £100 in sponsorship means you will help the National Literacy Trust to continue our important work with children like Mia...
    
    Mia is 9 years old. Her parents are illiterate, her four older brothers all left school with literacy problems and one recently served time in prison.
    
    Mia lives in the most deprived borough of London which has the capital’s second highest rate of unemployment. Libraries and children’s services are under threat. Illiteracy is a crippling disadvantage in adult life. It bars indiviudals from employment, and impedes social mobility. 
    
    But Mia has a bright future. Thanks to the National Literacy Trust, she became the first reader in her family and is now reading above the expected level for her age.
    
    
    Get training, sign up, and help us give more children like Mia a pathway out of poverty.
    
    www.literacytrust.org.uk/whereswally 
     
    Join the first ever Where’s Wally? fun run in Victoria Park on Sunday 24 March 2013.
    
    Walk, jog or run 5 or 10 km. Entry costs £20 and includes a free official Where's Wally? costume.
    
    Register now!
    
    Raising £100 in sponsorship means you will help the National Literacy Trust to continue our important work with children like Mia...
    
    Mia is 9 years old. Her parents are illiterate, her four older brothers all left school with literacy problems and one recently served time in prison.
    
    Mia lives in the most deprived borough of London which has the capital’s second highest rate of unemployment. Libraries and children’s services are under threat. Illiteracy is a crippling disadvantage in adult life. It bars indiviudals from employment, and impedes social mobility. 
    
    But Mia has a bright future. Thanks to the National Literacy Trust, she became the first reader in her family and is now reading above the expected level for her age.
    
    
    Get training, sign up, and help us give more children like Mia a pathway out of poverty.
    
    www.literacytrust.org.uk/whereswally
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