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February 23 is National Doodle Day In The UK

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Celebrities are picking up their pencils and squiggling cute, silly, funny, amazing drawings for the benefit of Epilepsy Action and The Neurofibromatosis Association. Some of the celebs taking part include Dame Judi Dench, Jonathan Pryce, author Margaret Atwood, Daniel Craig, and Anna Popplewell and it looks like there are loads more who have sent in their doodles.

All the doodles will be auctioned off in a 10-day auction starting on February 23rd. Everyone can also have a celebrity doodle printed on shirts, mugs, coasters, or mousepads, the sales of which will also benefit the groups involved in this project.

There are lots of nice drawings in the gallery, with many of them having funny stuff written on them as well, so it’ll be quite a challenge to choose the best one for the Doodle Day Dood award!

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