Top celebrities such as Sir Tom Jones, Jonathan Ross, Jack Wilshere, Vivienne Westwood, Katie Price and over 50 more famous faces have donated their shoes to be auctioned off on the British Heart Foundation's eBay site as part of Good Morning Britain’s Heels 4 Hearts campaign.

The campaign aims to get every secondary school pupil in the UK the possibility to learn cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

In the UK, less than one in ten people survive an out of hospital cardiac arrest. Yet in some parts of Norway, where CPR training is taught in secondary school, survival rates are one in four. If the UK achieved the same rates as Norway, we could save the lives of up to 5,000 people every year.

Diane Locke, British Heart Foundation Deputy Retail Director, said: "We’re delighted that so many celebrities have donated to Good Morning Britain’s Heels 4 Hearts campaign and are very grateful for every pair. We’re very lucky to have been donated all types of shoes, from designer brands and high heels to sport shoes from over 50 celebrities.

“There really is something for everyone available, so please visit our eBay store and take a look. The profit raised from each pair of shoes will help give us the chance for every secondary school pupil in the UK to learn CPR.”

Other celebrities including Alan Carr, Zoella, Kelly Hoppen, Darcey Bussell, Paddy McGuinness, Bill Bailey, Philip Schofield, Peter Andre have donated shoes to the campaign.

Visit the British Heart Foundation eBay store before 20:00 on Friday 28 March to bid on these exclusive auctions.

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