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Disney Junior launch campaign to raise £1 million for the children's charity

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Snow White dancing with the seven dwarves, Peter Pan flying high, Cinderella fitting the glass slipper... ask any child, or grown up, and almost everyone will have a favourite Disney memory. This year, Disney Junior are asking fans to share their very first Disney memory and in return will donate £1 to the Great Ormond Street Hospital children's charity, until they reach the target of a whopping £1 million. Over 21,000 memories have been collected so far, which is a fantastic start, but many more are needed. You can share your memory at www.milliondisneymemories.co.uk  or by tweeting @_DisneyMemories.

For a bit of insipiation, have a read of some of the memories already shared by some celebrity mothers...

Denise Van Outen: My earliest Disney memory is learning the theme tune to the Mickey Mouse club. I always loved Mickeys bright red shorts. All my friends preferred Minnie, but I'm definitely a Mickey fan. Funny thing is , my daughter Betsy prefers Mickey to Minnie. I also love Snow White. I think she is the most beautiful of all the Disney characters

Emma Bunton: Watching Mary Poppins was my first Disney memory. I remember singing along to the songs and being fascinated by the colours, characters and Mary flying over the London rooftops !

Thandie Newton: Admittedly, I don't remember watching many Disney films as a kid, it's a world I've come to enjoy as an adult, almost MORE than my two children! My favourite has got to be The Princess and the Frog - Raymond the glowbug cracks me up every time.

Edith Bowman: I went to Disneyworld in Florida when I was six and then again when my mum was pregnant with my little brother. Since then, I’ve been to Paris and LA so it’s been a big part of growing up, not just for me but for my little boy as well.

Jo Whiley: My youngest daughter Coco is two and a half and is now completely captivated by Disney Princesses and the whole fairytale fantasy - and I am relishing it!! We often dance around the living room pretending to be Tinkerbell or Rapunzel. I thought Tangled was absolutely magical and actually cried at the scene with the Chinese lanterns. It was Disney magic at it's best

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I have very fond memories of this classic because i use to wait for these cartoons and movies all day long and recently i have been watching it again because recently i switched to att internet packages and i have been watching daily for about 2 to 3 films a day, it just brings up old memories.

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