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Jenny's next television appearance in the UK
Byte Night 2013

Once again Jenny is supporting Byte Night for Action for Children by sleeping out on Friday, 4 October.

Please support her.
Have you ‘raised your hand’ to support rare diseases yet?

Join me and ‘raise your hand’ to show that you care about people affected by rare diseases.

Visit and become one of 2,000 signatories of the Challenge the Unchallengeable campaign.
Living with many rare diseases is doubly difficult. Not only can symptoms be distressing, debilitating and life-limiting, but because the diseases themselves are so uncommon, there is often a lack of support, research funding or even medical knowledge.

A rare disease is defined as one affecting fewer than one person in 2,000 and to raise the profile of these less-known conditions this initiative is underway to gather 2,000 pledges of support.

The idea is to create a powerful, contemporary sculpture - by an aspiring British artist - featuring 2,000 hands, each with a supporter’s name. It will be revealed on 28 February 2014, Rare Disease Day, organised by Genetic Alliance UK, serving as a lasting reminder of the importance of combined efforts against rare diseases.

The piece of art will be prominently displayed in a public space, so you will have the chance to go and see your hand in the installation and see who else has helped to make a difference.
Living with Cystic Fibrosis

Please read my niece Rachel Agutter’s article in Elle magazine about living with Cystic Fibrosis.
The Alice Martineau Appeal: Carols by Candlelight 2013

Jenny will be reading at this year's Carols by Candlelight

The service is at St Luke's Church, Sydney Street, SW3 6NH at 7pm on Tuesday, 10 December with the Winchester College Chapel Choir.