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Yarmouth joins in with charity appeal

PUBLISHED: 09:05 17 November 2008 | UPDATED: 12:18 03 July 2010

FUNDRAISERS from Great Yarmouth and the surrounding area joined colleagues from across Norfolk to participate in the Children in Need charity appeal at the end of last week.

FUNDRAISERS from Great Yarmouth and the surrounding area joined colleagues from across Norfolk to participate in the Children in Need charity appeal at the end of last week.

Staff at PKF in Yarmouth dressed up in the most colourful costumes they could find, paying a fee to take part and a penalty if they did not.

Regional managing partner Michael Muskett said: “We accountants are traditionally thought of as quite austere and studious types, but we do have a sense of fun, especially when it's in aid of a good cause.”

Meanwhile, children at Cobholm Primary School in the town designed bandanas and made cakes.

Twelve workers from The Electrical Safety Group in Rackheath took a walk from the Blue Boar pub in Sprowston to the city centre with the women dressed as men and vice versa.


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