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"Harry Potter" Star Helps Wild Trout Conservation Efforts

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Last week, Emma Watson, known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies, sprang into action for The Wild Trout Trust‘s recently-concluded charity auction. WTT protects wild trout in Britain in Ireland.

HPANA reports that “Ms. Watson donated a Harry Potter Hogwarts Express train set signed by herself, Rupert and Daniel, as well as a tote bag which was issued to the film crew and includes a thank you message from the producers and director.” Out of the £40,000 the auction raised, her donations fetched a total amount of £1489.59.

I have yet to find anything linking her with previous projects related to the charity, so I wonder why Emma chose to support this particular cause.

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