West Norfolk does something funny for money! - SEE PICS
Here’s how you fundraised for Red Nose Day.
Chefs from RAF Marham’s Catering Squadron raised more than £200 by sitting in a bath of cold baked beans.
Customers to the Junior Rank’s Mess paid £1 for a cup of cold beans which they then poured over the heads of Sgt Jason Woolett and Cpl Reece Holt (pictured). Picture: submitted
Customers to Stockleys Pharmacy in Snettisham picked up a cake with their prescriptions on Red Nose Day on Friday and raised a total of £87.
Pictured from left: Christina Hayes, Hayley Cotton and Lisa Pearson. MLNF13PB03107
Hirsute Anthony Culey braved the beauty therapist’s couch at Everybody’s in Lynn to have his chest waxed for Comic Relief. His ripping effort raised £355.
Pictured, from left: Eileen Hooke, Jo Mayes (owner of Everybody’s), Anthony Culey and his wife Anna Culey. MLNF13PM03051
Customers at Just Essentials in Lynn voted for their favourite staff member Sabrina Wright to get a custard pie in the face for Comic Relief. The messy prank raised £303.
Staff at Lynn’s Sainsbury’s store swapped their work uniforms for fancy dress costumes including pirates, superheroes and a tin of spam in aid of Comic Relief MLNF13PM03058 To order www.lynnnews.co.uk/buyaphoto
Pupils from Hillcrest Primary School in Downham took the plunge and completed a sponsored swim to raise more than £225 for Comic Relief.
The five children from Year Five completed as many lengths of the pool at Downham Leisure Centre as they could in one hour.
Pictured, from left: Alice Terry, Abbie Richings, Alfie Randall, Jayden Eaton Smith and Caitlin Penman. Picture: submitted
West Winch Primary School pupils were joined by actress Victoria Bush, pictured with Bradley Proctor, 10, for their Red Nose Day fun. The children wore red and the school council made a joke book. MLNF13PT03302
Around 50 sixth form students at Downham High School took part in their own version of the Youtube dance video sensation the Harlem Shake in aid of Comic Relief. Head of Year 12 Alison Thornby joined in the fun.
Pupils and staff at Howard Junior School in Gaywood did something funny for money when they took part in a day of fun for Comic Relief. They wore something red, performed a pop concert and completed 44,071 skips in a skipathon to raise more than £400. Headteacher Gregory Hill said they expected to raise even more cash from sales of a dvd of the teachers performing the Youtube dance sensation Harlem Shake. MLNF13AF03197
Staff at Germains Seed Technology in Lynn followed the yellow brick road dressed as characters from the Wizard of Oz to raise more than £800 for Comic Relief. Pictured from left: Roz Challender, Sheena Woodhouse, Nancy Easey and Louise Kavaney. MLNF13PT03298.
Staff from Sainsbury’s Hardwick store put their best legs forward in aid of Comic Relief.
The plucky young men agreed to have their legs waxed in front of colleagues and customers. Jamie Hunn (on the bed) is pictured with (from left) Joshua Yates, James Evans, Ryan Madden and Daniel Nurse.
More than £100 was raised for Comic Relief during a play-and-sing-a-thon at Glebe House School at Hunstanton. Non-stop music including action songs, orchestral and brass and presentations and individual performances by pupils, staff and parents filled the school hall from 11am to 6pm.
Curls, colour and crazy hairstyles helped raise more than £180 for Comic Relief at Anthony Curton Primary School in Walpole St Peter.
Youngsters from all year groups took part in the hair-raising fundraiser, which was judged by
school governor Marian Sudbury, who also presented prizes.
The children also took part in a Red Nose treasure hunt as part of the day’s events on Friday.
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