Penguins waddle across the city for charity

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Penguins waddle across the city for charity
12th November 2014

Last year they broke the existing World Record title for the largest gathering of people dressed as penguins.

Now, Richard House children’s hospice are hoping to raise their profile by breaking their own record tonight as in excess of 325 people waddle around London, from City Hall to to the Shard. 

Rachel Power, the Deputy Chief Executive of the hospice (and penguin-in-chief) joined Wake Up London to explain all the fun of the waddle, why she’s on live television in costume and Japanese news picking up their story. 

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