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A poster promoting the Harry Moseley Charity Ball has been unveiled by TV star Ben Shephard, Harry Potter actors Oliver and James Phelps and other celebrities.
Celebrites have unveiled a giant poster to launch a charity ball in memory of Birmingham schoolboy Harry Moseley.
Harry, who was 11, died in October after a long battle with cancer.
He raised more than half a million pounds for brain tumour research by making bracelets.
The ball at the ICC in August, aims to raise money for the charity set up in Harry's name.
A 104 mile bike ride from Birmingham to Wembley - called Cycling for Harry - has got underway.
It will raise money for a charity set up by Harry Moseley call Help Harry Help Others.
Harry, from Birmingham, died from a brain tumour at the age of 11. He started his charity to fund research to help others like him.
His mother, Georgina, took part in the cycle ride today and will join 10,000 people tomorrow for a 26 mile walk.