Celebs race 932 steps up Tower 42 in aid of Shelter

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Celebs race 932 steps up Tower 42 in aid of Shelter

Celebrities including presenters Gail Porter, Evan Davis and singer-songwriter Fleur East raced up 42 floors in the Vertical Rush all in aid of the homeless charity shelter.

Made in Chelsea's Tristan Phipps made it in the quickest time, coming in at 7 minutes flat.

They hoped to raise awareness and a target of 300 thousand pounds for Shelter. 

CEO, Polly Neate said that the best thing that can be done to help reduce and prevent homelessness is to increase the amount of social housing.

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