Fun raiser

Gorman sells badges for charity

Dave Gorman is raising money for cancer research by selling badges saying: "I am not Dave Gorman, are you?"

He gave out more than 50,000 of the black and white badges iduring his international search for namesakes which became the BBC2 show The Dave Gorman Collection.

They have even been worn by Jerry Springer, and by a background extra in an episode of Friends.

And since his TV show went out, Gorman has been inundated with requests for them, so he has set up a web page to try to meet demand.

The badges, priced £2, are available by sending a £2 cheque, payable to Cancer BACUP, with a stamped self addressed envelope, to Dave Gorman, PO Box 33560, London E2 6DD.

Published: 27 Jun 2001

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