Sir Paul McCartney invites fans to dinner

Guests will also get an exclusive new track

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Sir Paul McCartney is hosting a ‘virtual dinner party’ in aid of the landmine charity, Adopt-a-Minefield.

The online guests will also be able to download an exclusive new song.

Fans are being invited to log on to TODAY to register as guests for the event.

Those who donate over $25 (£13) to the Adopt-a-Minefield campaign will be able to download a new song, ‘Lifelong Passion (Sail Away)’.

Recipes by chef Jamie Oliver will be available on the website. The event is being organised to raise money and awareness for the aforementioned Adopt-A-Minefield charity. McCartney became a patron of the charity in 2000 with his then wife, Heather Mills.

The charity clears arable land of minefields in poor countries to allow farmers to use the land for growing food.


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