Visit to Set of Deathly Hallows for Students Who Raised Money for Red Nose Day
March 11, 2009, 09:15 PM
Twelve children and two teachers will be receiving a bit of a treat as their reward for raising money for the Comic Relief charity. The Watford Observer reports that a UK celebrity and host of a UK reality program Davina McCall paid a visit to Parmiter's School, and told the students that as a reward for all their charitable fundraising efforts they "would be treated to a tour of the Harry Potter set at Leavesden Studios.
The group will also watch some filming and meet stars Daniel
Radcliffe (Harry Potter), Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) and Rupert
Grint (Ron Weasley).
Footage of the visit, held last Wednesday at the school in High
Elms Lane, will be shown during the Comic Relief programme on BBC1 on
You can learn more about the Red Nose Day and Comic Relief Charity event, here.
Yeah! First one! How lucky are they!
Aww that’s so nice and keeping with the spirit of Harry Potter!
Wow..This would be so cool!
That’s so nice! It sounds like those kids deserve it! They are pretty lucky!
That sounds like it would be so fun.
That sounds pretty cool.
This is the kind of news story we need more of. That’s awesome that the filmmakers would go for something like this, and that the main actors would be involved as well. I hope those kids had a wonderful time.
I love Red Nose Day. I wish we had something of that capacity in the States.
Aw, so cool! :)
What a great experiencer for them. It’s something they will never forget.
I hope we maybe get to see some behind the scenes of Deathly Hallows during this.
Wow, congrats to them. . . . They are so lucky. . . :) actually itz a reward for their kind charity work. . :)
have fun. . . :)
Lucky kids! :D
So many people have told me about this “Red Nose Day”. I think it’s time I go find out what it is! Never heard about it!!
But that’s so cool!! Hope the kids have fun visiting the studios!