Burnham-On-Sea area joins Red Nose Day fundraising

Burnham-On-Sea area joins Red Nose Day fundraising

Burnham-On-Sea area joins Red Nose Day fundraising

The ice hockey team linked up with Specsavers to promote their amusing frames which will help raise funds for Red Nose Day which takes place today.

As a result of her efforts and the school's cash-raising powers since 2011, Comic Relief co-founder and film-maker Richard Curtis recorded a special message for the pupils followed by comedian Miranda Hart - as a thank you.

The Comic Relief appeal will feature an all-star lineup seeking to raise money for vulnerable children in the United Kingdom and around the world.

Radnor School, also in Cardiff, is also asking students to ditch red noses.

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Richard Madden as he reprises his Bodyguard role

Pupils were able to turn up to school in their own clothes in return for a small donation to support Red Nose Day.

Sainsbury's in Alnwick has made a fabulous video of staff boogying on down, in red noses, wigs and comedy costumes.

On average, only 800,000 more viewers tuned in to Comic Relief than to Coronation Street.

Customers who would like to recycle the glasses after Red Nose Day can return them to their local store and they will be sent onto a specialist recycling company.

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