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Actress Sienna Miller is the latest celebrity to support the ‘Evening Star Save the Blue Cross campaign’ in the UK as the charity faces national outrage over its proposals to close two animal rescue centers. 



Miller, who starred in such films as ‘The Edge of Love’ and ‘GI Joe’, has also been joined in the condemnation of the Blue Cross proposals to close the rescue centre in Walton High Street, Felixstowe, by ever-popular singer Des O’Connor – who is due to perform at the Spa Pavilion next month – and former Home and Away actor Bryan Wiseman.



A spokeswoman for the campaign said: “We had had some lovely words of encouragement from Sienna. We have been thrilled with the way celebrities have been supporting us in the campaign and we are hoping others will join us over the next few weeks. Their interest shows that concern for what is happening to animal rescue shelters is important to people far and wide.”



Campaigners are doing all they can to put pressure on the Blue Cross, which is set to make its final decision next month.



Other celebrities who have joined the campaign include comedian Joe Pasquale, actor Brian Blessed and spoon-bending Uri Geller.

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