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Singer Leona Lewis has been in Essex raising money for a local animal sanctuary. Pictures: Chris Radburn/PA
Singer Leona Lewis has visited Essex to show her support for a local animal sanctuary.
The singer braved the autumn chill to walk five miles in aid of the Hopefield Animal Sanctuary in Brentwood.
Leona was joined by scores of walkers, who each donated £5 to take part in the fundraiser at Weald Country Park.
Leona holds cute dog Lily, as she took part in the five mile sponsored walk for Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, of which she is a patron.
Leona wrapped up warm for the five-mile walk through the Essex countryside.
The 27-year-old X Factor winner is a well-known animal lover, and has supported the charity for the last few years.
Leona’s third album, Glassheart, has just been released after new single Trouble at the beginning of October and has been warmly received by music critics.
Leona Lewis signs autographs as she takes part in the five mile sponsored walk for Hopefield Animal Sanctuary.
The singer wore stylish union jack boots for her October walk.