Howard Junior School enjoyed a Wig Wednesday this week to raise money for CLIC Sargent cancer charity. Children at the school in Gaywood donned all sorts of toupees and hairpieces to fundraise with a smile in the nationally-organised day. In total they raised £134 for the appeal. Apart from wearing wigs, the children were also working on the bid to build the largest Lego city in the whole of Lynn. The mega city has an airport, a working railway and electricity.
The picture shows the pupils with their wigs on.