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Join in Red Nose Day fun at Great Yarmouth’s Sainsbury’s store

PUBLISHED: 12:36 19 March 2017

Sir Lenny Henry promotes this year's Red Nose Day Picture: BBC  - Photographer: Jonathan Ford

Sir Lenny Henry promotes this year's Red Nose Day Picture: BBC - Photographer: Jonathan Ford

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Red Nose Day is back and staff and customers from the Sainsbury’s store at Great Yarmouth will be fundraising and making their laughs matter for Friday, March 24’s event.

Fundraising activities at the Great Yarmouth store include a design a red nose competition at 50p per entry. Entries can only be accepted between 4pm and 6pm on March 24 with people putting their design on a white sheet of paper with contact details on the reverse.

Taking place at the front of the store are also a guess the giant cuddly toy panda’s birthday competition and pick a winner games to help raise as much money as possible for Red Nose Day.

Red Noses are also on sale.

Jo Richardson, store manager, said: “Our staff love getting involved with Red Nose Day and we’re all really proud to support such a great cause. There are some brilliant activities planned this year and we look forward to inviting customers to join in with the fun.”

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