A magical trek for charity

IT'S MAGIC From left, magicians Roy Charles and Sean Lobban are taking part in a charity walk to London to raise cash for the Anthony Nolan charity.  Picture: Steve Reid (120821-367)
IT'S MAGIC From left, magicians Roy Charles and Sean Lobban are taking part in a charity walk to London to raise cash for the Anthony Nolan charity. Picture: Steve Reid (120821-367)
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HE’S more used to pulling rabbits out of hats.

But magician Sean Lobban will instead wear a rabbit suit as he walks the 115 miles from Portsmouth to London for charity.

He and a group of fellow magicians are raising money for the Anthony Nolan blood cancer charity in the Magic Trek on May 16. It’s the second walk they have done after walking a different route to the capital in 2009.

Sean, 46, from St George’s Road in Cosham, said: ‘It’s going to be a very big achievement.

‘At the end of the day it doesn’t matter if we have done our achilles in because we aren’t as poorly as the people we are doing it for.’

Visit justgiving.com/MagicTrek to donate.