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Iron Man 3 Charity Screening

Join Sir Ben Kingsley and Heart for a very special screening of Iron Man 3 at Cineworld Witney on Tuesday, 7th May.

You may already know the touching story of local girl Daisy Pashley who lives in Chipping Norton, who very sadly caught Meningitis in 2010. Daisy survived although due to the nature of the disease she had to have both her arms and legs amputated below her knees and elbows and now has artificial limbs. After a visit to the London Paralympics where she was inspired by the 'Blade Runners', Daisy’s Family have set up a trust to fund the purchase of the specialist running blades and associated equipment to enable Daisy to achieve her dream of competing as a future paralympics athlete.

In support of Daisy's trust, Cineworld and Disney Film Studios together with Heart have organised a special charity screening of Marvel's latest blockbuster with a personal introduction by Sir Ben Kingsley, one of the lead cast members. The movie is Marvel's latest in the blockbuster series and Iron Man 3 is the most thrilling, emotional and action-packed to date.

As well as getting the opportunity to watch a fantastic movie alongside Sir Ben Kingsley, you'll also be helping Daisy . . and who wouldn't want to do that?

Posted : 06/05/2013 09:40:57

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