Burnham-On-Sea area joins Red Nose Day fundraising
Nose Day was marked in the Burnham-On-Sea area with a day of colourful
fundraising on Friday (March 24th).
of local people of all ages got into a fundraising spirit to help
the BBC's Comic Relief.
College St Dental has been fundraising for Red Nose Day all week
long: "Monday we had a cake sale and a guess-how-many-sweets-are-in-the-jar
contest. Tuesday we did a sponsored cycle ride, and Wednesday we
waxed Tinashe Nhovas chest hair and Colin Taylor's back!"
at Mark First and Pre-school Academy, above, ditched their uniforms
to wear red for Comic Relief. "Many children paid to enter
a Comic Relief joke competition, earning a special red 'enoji' sticker
- not emoji! - if they got enough giggles! Everyone has enjoyed
laughing and having fun whilst raising lots of money to help others!"
said a spokeswoman.
children at Playaways Nursery in Burnham-On-Sea pulled on colourful
costumes for their fundraising, as pictured above and below.
Brent Preschool pupils donned red noses for the day to raise funds
Bay Centre was transformed into a dark room with sensory lights,
with music and dance to mark Red Nose Day. The children who attend
Sensory Time Classes were able to explore the environment, accessing
dark tents, musical instruments, water light play, climbing apparatus,
materials and bubbles.
Rayner, who is class leader for Sensory Time Classes, said: "We
are grateful for the support shown at our dicotots red nose day
special. It was fantastic to combine our sensory classes with raising
money for a great cause. All who attended had an enjoyable time
and have expressed this through our 5 star reviews." Sensory
Time Classes are held weekly on Mondays from 11am-12.30pm and Thursdays
from 9.30am-11am at the Bay Centre.
in Burnham-On-Sea has been in a Comic Relief mood, selling sets
of the special fundraising glasses