Gallery: Doing something funny for money in aid of Comic Relief

FUNDRAISERS across Times Territory have been doing something funny for money today (Friday) for Comic Relief Their efforts have been helping to raise thousands as part of Red Nose Day. Staff at John Lewis have spent the day rowing 42 miles – equivalent of

FUNDRAISERS across Times Territory have been doing something funny for money today (Friday) for Comic Relief

Their efforts have been helping to raise thousands as part of Red Nose Day.

Staff at John Lewis have spent the day rowing 42 miles - equivalent of Dover to Calais and back again - at the store in WGC town centre.

Stanborough School sixth-former Ollie Shead had his hair shaved off - his first hair cut in 18 months.


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Workers at JJ Burgess funeral directors in Hatfield dressed up as they offered charity car washes.

And teachers at Cranborne Primary School in Potters Bar took the plunge. Teacher Kate Batts had her head dunked in jelly, while head Alan Cocker was had a large pan of spaghetti poured over him.

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