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OK! Diary with Mark Moody Sir Cliff Richard

REACHING OUT FOR AFRICA
CHARITY FOUNDER
PATTI BOULAYE
HOSTS EXCLUSIVE RECEPTION
Sir Cliff Richard, Gabrielle and Pop Idol finalist Rik Walker were just three of the big-name stars to perform at a concert at London's prestigious Royal Albert Hall to raise money for a network of HIV and AIDS clinics in Africa. Patti Boulaye, who founded the Support For Africa charity, sang a few numbers and emotions were stirred by a breathtaking, 3000-strong gospel choir.
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Emma Noble
John and Melissa Fashanu
Above: Footballer-turned-TV presenter John Fashanu and his wife, Melissa.
Below:
Sir Cliff Richard and Patti Boulaye

Sir Cliff Richard and Patti Boulaye
Renee and Stan Myerson
Above: OK! magazine advertisement controller Renee Myerson and OK! and Express Newspapers joint group managing director Stan Myerson. Express and OK! are media partners and supporters of the charity
Above: Emma Noble. Right: Phil Turner, Emma Noble and Gary Cockerill. Top centre: Sir Cliff Richard gave a wonderful performance at the event Phil Turner, Emma Noble and Gary Cockerill
Diana Moran and Frederick Forsyth
Above: Patrons Diana Moran and Frederick Forsyth.
Below:
Conservative party leader Iain Duncan Smith and the charity's founder, singing star Patti Boulaye
Iain Duncan Smith and Patti Boulaye

All extracts and photos copyright of OK! Magazine
Issue 308 - March 28 2002