Latest twist: Oliver! star Mark Lester says hes Pariss dad London Lite Monday, 10 August 2009 15 A 40-year wait for allotments DEMAND for allotments is at an all-time high with waiting lists of 40 and 25 years in over-subscribed Camden and Islington. More than 80,000 people in the UK want a plot with a typical delay of three years, a poll of 301 councils shows. TheSweetest riffOthemall thE rock hit Sweet Child O Mine, released by Guns N Roses in 1988, has been voted the greatest guitar riff of all time in a poll of 5,000 music fans. Eric Claptons 1971 Layla came second, followed by Aerosmiths 1975 Walk this Way. Jacko is buried at last and not a fan in sight BORIS JOHNSON will lace up his walking boots in aid of the Alzheimers Society next month. The Mayor will join hundreds of Londoners in the London Memory Walk, the charitys major fundraising event. The walk, which starts at 11am on 20 September and is supported by London Lite, is expected to draw more than 500 people this year, and similar events will be held throughout Britain. Walkers can choose between routes of two miles, five miles and 10 miles along the Thames from Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park near the Imperial War Museum. Proceeds will be spent on dementia services for Londoners. Mr Johnson said: It is a sad fact that nearly 60,000 Londoners face a battle with dementia. Many of us will know someone affected. Alzheimers Society chief executive Neil Hunt added: A million people will develop dementia in the next 10 years. We are thrilled to have the support of the London Mayor. by MARK bLUNDEN Security fear: Michael Jacksons plot is unmarked dont mess with his mall 12.99 out now also available on Titles and prices subject to availability while stocks last at participating stores/online. Prices may vary online. 2009 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. and Beverly Blvd LLC. All Rights Reserved. 2009 Layout and Design Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. SecreT funerAl AS PAl urI BAcKS OlIVer! PATernITY clAIm Borisgetshisbootsonfora charitywalkalongThames MICHAEL JACKSON has finally been buried in an unmarked plot at a Los Angeles cemetery, according to reports. The singers body is thought to be at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Holly- wood, near the grave of his grandmother Martha Bridges, who died in 1990. The quiet funeral was in stark contrast to last months star-studded memorial service. Jacksons family have kept the plots location a secret. A cemetery source said: Other than the Jackson family and the Forest Lawn management, no one knows the exact spot. Staff at the cemetery have been fed several locations, its as if theyre hoping to confuse everyone. There are also plans to move the singers body if fans dis- cover the location. The source added: The fear is that thou- sands of Jackson fans will descend on the cemetery and damage or deface the grave. Jacksons brain, removed for toxicology tests, was returned to his body for the burial. A cause of death has yet to be for- mally announced. Meanwhile, Oliver! star Mark Lester claimed to have fathered Jacksons daughter, Paris, 11, and possi- bly also 12-year-old Prince Michael I after donating sperm to the singer. He said: In 1996 Michael asked me if I would give him my sperm and I said yes. Lester, 51, now wants to take a paternity test. And today Jacksons friend Uri Geller told GMTV: I have no reason to doubt Marks story simply because I remember years ago Michael implied that he wanted Mark to help him father a child for him. Obviously I cant be 100 per cent sure that Paris is the biological daughter of Mark, but I remem- ber those words, and knowing the relationship Mark had with Michael, there was such a strong bond that to me it really makes sense. But the singers lawyer today rejected the claims, saying: The thing I always heard from M i c h a e l wa s t h a t Michael was the father of these children, a n d I b e l i e v e Michael. Walking in a good cause: Boris with Alzheimers Society supporters index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html