Big Issue man on top form

A BIG Issue seller is vowing to raise £2,000 for charity - by selling his new book while dressed in top hat and tails. Graham Walker has

A BIG Issue seller is vowing to raise £2,000 for charity - by selling his new book while dressed in top hat and tails. Graham Walker has been selling his book, Unsettled, in the High Street, to raise money for Children's Hospice South West and Somewhere to Go in the Boulevard. Graham said: "I came to Weston because a dentist offered to do some work on my teeth. Seeing as he won't accept any money, I decided to raise money for charity. I'll use my shiny new smile to help encourage people to buy the book." The Big Issue seller has become a familiar face in the town centre, and often pitches his stand outside Boots, entertaining passers-by with his quick wit and his cuddly stuffed dog. Graham would like local businesses and members of the public to support his campaign through donation or sponsorship, or by buying his book, which he modestly describes as a 'fantastic read'. To order a book, email bim@postmaster.co.uk or visit Graham in Weston High Street.


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