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A former England cricketer and now famous as a team captain on the BBC's A Question of Sport, Phil felt moved to offer his support alongside another cricketing patron, Alan Igglesden, and in memory of Kent cricketer, Richard Davis.
Phil says: "I’ve added my voice to Brain Tumour UK because I’ve seen the shocking impact that a brain tumour has had on a very good friend.
"That’s why I’m helping Brain Tumour UK and I'll hope you can join me. Together, we can make a real difference for everyone affected by a brain tumour."
Dickie is arguably the most famous umpire in the history of the game of cricket.
Manager of Crystal Palace FC, George is a former manager of Scotland's football team and a former Scotland player.
Former England Cricket Captain, Mike is now a commentator and broadcaster.
A former England Cricket Captain, David is a Sky Sports broadcaster and journalist.
Two people close to TV celebrity Aisleyne, her uncle and her best friend, are currently fighting a brain tumour.
Former Kent and England fast bowler, Alan lives with a brain tumour and is a staunch supporter of Brain Tumour UK.
Former Prime Minister (1992 - 1997).
Former World Featherweight Boxing Champion, Barry is a broadcaster and chairman of the Professional Boxing Association.
Andrea is a journalist and main anchor on ITV's Loose Women daytime TV show.
Jamie is a singer, who came to fame through ITV's 'Britain's Got Talent' show.
Chris is an actor, whose roles include Percy Weasley in five Harry Potter films.