East Harptree Primary School donned Red Noses, red clothes and even red shoes today to raise money for Comic Relief.
Today, Friday 24th March is officially Red Nose day across the country as people do something funny for money.
Since its inception in 1988, Red Nose Day has become something of a British institution. Held every two years the event aims to raise money through comedy for international and national aid projects.
Earlier in the month residents in Churchill were involved in a Comic Relief event that saw comedian Milton Jones and tv personality Josie D’Arby baking red nose tarts with a local men’s cookery group.
If your children, colleagues, businesses, families or friends did anything funny for money this Red Nose Day the Gazette would love to print your pictures. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org