Gary Lucy Won £15,000 for the Children’s Hospice on ITV’s Big Star’s Little Star

Gary Luch won £15,000 for the Children’s Hospice last night on ITV’s Big Star’s Little Star. The show is presented by Stephen Mulhern, and it hosts children who reveal all about their famous relatives.

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Haven House patron Gary Lucy tonight won £15,000 for the children’s hospice on ITV1’s Big Star’s Little Star. The game-show involves celebrities answering questions alongside their children. The actor appeared with his eight-year-old daughter India.

Lucy, who has appeared in Hollyoaks and Footballers’ Wives and is currently in EastEnders, said:

‘The hospice is very important to all my family. I’m a patron and my fiancée is a paediatric nurse there, so we try to do all we can to offer our support.

“Being able to get our daughter involved and helping to raise funds and awareness was extra special and I’m delighted to have won so much for this vital local service.”

Mike Palfreman, Chief Executive of Haven House thanked Lucy, saying:

“Our local celebrity network is vital in helping us to raise  funds and awareness, both locally and nationally, and we are very lucky to have such great support.”

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Gary Lucy is a hero after winning £15,000 for the Children’s Hospice on Big Star’s Little Star. That’s a great beginning for a show that seeks to help people in need. It’s a refreshing alternative to greed game shows where the contestant keeps all the winnings, though those are fun to watch too.