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Everyone is seeing red

PUBLISHED: 16:36 19 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:23 03 July 2010

There was a strict red dress code for staff and pupils at Homefield School in Bradwell. Each class performed something funny for money including a Mama Mia tribute, raising a total of £206.92.

There was a strict red dress code for staff and pupils at Homefield School in Bradwell. Each class performed something funny for money including a Mama Mia tribute, raising a total of £206.92.

DONNING a digital nose meant even dogs were something funny for money in Great Yarmouth. Sail the Jack Russell had his picture pinged onto a website and via some technical tom-foolery was given a prize-winning red nose.

Caister Junior School joined in the fun to do something funny for money. Pupils paid to wear something red, while some went to school in pyjamas. Pupils were also entertained by teachers who danced in silly hats and wigs to raise money.

DONNING a digital nose meant even dogs were something funny for money in Great Yarmouth. Sail the Jack Russell had his picture pinged onto a website and via some technical tom-foolery was given a prize-winning red nose. His picture was judged the cutest of more than 300 sent to a dog friendly website helping to raise hundreds of pounds and winning some books for his owner Sue Dodds of Seashells guest house in Nelson Road North.

Meanwhile elsewhere it seemed everyone was getting involved in the fun. Here are some of the pictures you sent us - there will be more next week!

Children at Wroughton brought £1 into their infant school and wore their beach clothes. The school sold red noses and together with donations raised £500.


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