West Norfolk fundraises for Children in Need - SEE PICS and VIDEO
People of all ages across West Norfolk donned their favourite fancy dress, showed off their best dance moves and put their best foot forward to raise money for Children in Need.
Students filled the school hall at Downham College, where they had dressed up in all manner of costumes from the classic Pudsey bear to the Avengers, the Spice Girls, a packet of crayons, the Incredible Hulk and even a funky chicken.
Choosing to put their own stamp on the song that was recognised by Guinness World Records as the most liked video in Youtube history - the students performed the infamous Gangnam Style to raise funds for Children in Need.
Childminder Angela Tegerdine, pictured left, with assistant Sarah Senter, set off on a ten-mile sponsored buggy push to raise money.
Staff at Strikes Bowling Centre, in Lynn, opened up the centre to families with children of all ages for a family fun day on Friday.
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