Pink Floyd Star Takes Part In The Paddington Trail

(hennemusic) Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason is among the celebrities participating in The Paddington Trail this fall as a fundraiser for two children's charities in the UK.

Mason and others - including David Beckham, Emma Watson and Stephen Fry - have designed versions of the classic children's character Paddington Bear, now on display around London.

Mason's design uses Pink Floyd's 1975 album, "Wish You Were Here", as its inspiration (with his suitcase having various backstage passes affixed) and can be found at the O2 Arena.

The bears form The Paddington Trail, a fundraising effort to benefit the NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) and children's charity Action Medical Research, for whom Paddington Bear has been the official mascot for over 35 years. Read more here.

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