Russell Brand, Miss Northern Ireland and Alison Clarke support Hats off for Nepal campaign

Russell Brand is pictured with his topi, supporting the 'Hats off for Nepal' campaign. INLT-23-704-con
Russell Brand is pictured with his topi, supporting the 'Hats off for Nepal' campaign. INLT-23-704-con
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Comedian Russell Brand has joined Miss Northern Ireland Leanne McDowell and model agency boss Alison Clarke in supporting Islandmagee woman Jane Prendy’s Hats off for Nepal campaign.

The author of “My Booky Wook,” who interviewed Ed Miliband during the general election campaign, posed for a photo during a gig in aid of Nepal at London’s Comedy Club.

L-R: Miss Northern Ireland Leanne McDowell with model agency boss Alison Clarke pose with their topis in support of the Hats off for Nepal campaign. INLT-23-705-con

L-R: Miss Northern Ireland Leanne McDowell with model agency boss Alison Clarke pose with their topis in support of the Hats off for Nepal campaign. INLT-23-705-con

Meanwhile, Miss Northern Ireland Leanne McDowell, who studies at Ulster University in Jordanstown, and Alison Clarke, wife of golfer Darren Clarke, posed for pictures at the Belfast headquarters of Alison’s firm acamodels.com.

Jane Prendy, whose mother Marita was stuck in Nepal for two weeks after the original massive earthquake, launched the “Hats off for Nepal” social media campaign in order to draw attention to the family’s Go Build-Nepal initiative.

The scheme seeks to raise £4000 to build ten homes for earthquake victims in the country.

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