STARS flocked to a fundraising marathon for a children’s hospice.

Haven House Children’s Hospice in Woodford Green attracted all manner of TV stars to their annual ICAP charity day on Tuesday, December 5.

Jeremy Vine, BBC presenter, Chris Kamara, football pundit, and Kate Garraway, Good Morning Britain presenter, made trades on phones to bolster the hospice’s home bereavement service.

Natalie Chevin, head of corporate and major gifts at Haven House said: “The ICAP Charity Day was an incredible experience which none of us will ever forget.

“Our celebrities and staff had an amazing time and it’s been a complete joy to work with ICAP throughout this partnership.

“The funding from ICAP means next year we will be able to support even more bereaved families.”

ICAP, a financial markets operator, gave away all its revenues and commissions to several charities, including Haven House.