James Bond in charity mission for Kenton hospice

PUBLISHED: 11:39 01 September 2015 | UPDATED: 11:39 01 September 2015

James Bond, centre, with Linday Fealey and Robin Webb (Pic credit: St Luke's)

James Bond, centre, with Linday Fealey and Robin Webb (Pic credit: St Luke's)


His name is Bond, James Bond and he intends to raise hundreds of pounds for charity by walking from Kenton to Northwood as tribute to his late mother.

Mr Bond will take part in the first ever Hospice to Hospice Walk from St Luke’s in Kenton Road to Michael Sobell.

The Harrow councillor will cover the eight mile journey to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the death of his mother Margaret who spent her final days at Michael Sobell Hospice.

To help launch the walk, Mr Bond was joined by Robin Webb, chief executives of St Luke’s and Lindsey Fealey from Michael Sobell Hospice, where the dressed up as character from the films starring the fictional secret agent.

Mr Bond said: “I can’t thank Michael Sobell Hospice enough for the kindness they gave, not only to my mother but to my brother and father at such a sad time. I also want to acknowledge and support St Luke’s Hospice, who gives so much care and devotion to the terminally ill and their friends and family.”

The walk takes place on November 23, is free to take part and is suitable for all ages.

Participants are asked to raise as much as they can for their local hospices.

To register visit or call 020 8382 8112.

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