Red Nose Day fun at Axminster and Uplyme

PUBLISHED: 08:06 29 March 2017 | UPDATED: 08:06 29 March 2017

Pictured are ( l to r) Debbie Humberstone, founder and project manager, Lorna Davis, information officer; Jess Foster, volunteer social media support; (back) Fiona Lewis, group facilitator; (front) Kerry Cable, mental health support worker.

Pictured are ( l to r) Debbie Humberstone, founder and project manager, Lorna Davis, information officer; Jess Foster, volunteer social media support; (back) Fiona Lewis, group facilitator; (front) Kerry Cable, mental health support worker.

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Raising money for Comic Relief

Children at children from Uplyme Pre-school celebrate Red Nose DayChildren at children from Uplyme Pre-school celebrate Red Nose Day

Members of The Project, a local group based in Axminster and Chard, which supports young people aged 13 to 24 with mental health issues from across East Devon, South Somerset and West Dorset, had an extra special reason to celebrate Red Nose Day. The charity is part funded by Comic Relief, so is especially grateful for the millions raised.

Pictured are (l to r) Debbie Humberstone, founder and project manager, Lorna Davis, information officer; Jess Foster, volunteer social media support; (back) Fiona Lewis, group facilitator; (front) Kerry Cable, mental health support worker.

Children at children from Uplyme Pre-school also wore red on Red Nose Day and ran a raffle and raised £47.


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