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I always liked Jeremy Beadle - he was a presenter on LBC once, before my time, and did so much for charity - difference between him and most other celeb charity contributors is that he kept his involvements discreet and unassuming. I was very sorry to hear that he'd died.

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and did so much for charity - .

 

I heard on Heart Radio today, that he raised as much as £ 100 million.

Fantastic.

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A very sad loss indeed. sad0149.gif

 

His charitable work has helped countless thousands of children suffering from leukemia over the last 20+ years.

Charity work

 

In the 2001 New Year Honours, he was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) for his services to charity.[5] Beadle was a keen supporter of the charity Children With Leukaemia, a disease he suffered from himself in 2005. He spent much time raising money for many different charities with Plastermind his 'outrageous quiz for those who don't like quizzes.'

Beadle was a Trust Patron of The Philip Green Memorial Trust, and he annually hosted a quiz party to raise money for disadvantaged children.

Beadle was Patron of Reach, an organisation providing support and advice for children in the UK with hand or arm deficiencies, and their parents.[6]

He was also an active Freemason. Although he did not join this organisation until after his television heyday was over, he quickly became involved with all aspects of English Freemasonry, and particularly its charitable work, often using his celebrity status to assist in raising funds for masonic charities.[7]

It is estimated that his total charitable fund raising was of the order of £100 million.[1]

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Isn't it a shame that he fell victim to the illnesses that he raised so much money for research into. His family must be very proud of his memory.

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I hope this doesn't offend anyone, and would like to think that it would have made him laugh too:

 

I told my daughter earlier that he had died, as the radio put it, "after a short fight against pneumonia".

 

Typically, DD's response was: "WHAT is a short fight against pneumonia? *cough* *urgh* *dead*?"

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God Bless him, and my thoughts go out to his family at this very sad time.

 

(((Jeremy))) rest in peace - you brought laughter to so many of us and were such a genuinely caring human being.

 

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Love him or hate him..... he entertained millions.

 

R.I.P.

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Love him or hate him..... he entertained millions.

 

R.I.P.

 

very true rooster, god bless him

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