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Game of Thrones star leads moonlit walk through Sydenham

PUBLISHED: 15:35 13 October 2016 | UPDATED: 15:44 13 October 2016

Jay Khan and wife Gem Allen open St Christopher's Moonlight Walk

Jay Khan and wife Gem Allen open St Christopher's Moonlight Walk

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The walk helped to raise money for St Christopher’s hospice

Family and friends gathered to take part in the walkFamily and friends gathered to take part in the walk

Fundraisers were joined by a star of HBO hit-series Game of Thrones at the weekend to help raise money for a local hospice.

St Christopher’s family bereavement services raised around £20,000 on Saturday night as hundreds walked late into the night around Sydenham.

Jay Khan, who played a blood rider in the latest season of Game of Thrones opened the walk.

“Thank you so much to all the walkers, marshals and volunteers who came to our Moonlight Walk” said hospice fund-raiser, Leo Thon.

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