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PEOPLE are being urged to support a campaign to stop bullying tomorrow.

Chloe Hine, from West Leigh, Havant, is delighted that Whistler’s fish and chip shops have vowed to back her.

Beat The Bullies, which now has an office at Langstone Gate in Havant, is launching as a national charity later this year with the backing of mobile phone giant O2.

It was inspired through Chloe’s heartache after being bullied at school.

Tomorrow, to mark St George’s Day, shops in Fareham, Westbourne and Hayling Island will be decked in red and white and customers will be asked to donate to Beat The Bullies.

Fish and chips will be £1, with customers encouraged to donate meal savings to charity.