A round-up of charity April Fools
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A round-up of charity April Fools 1

1 Apr 2015 | IT | Kirsty Weakley

It’s April Fools’ Day and several charities including Macmillan, RNLI and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home have turned their creative talents to something lighthearted.

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A round-up of charity April Fools

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