Red Nose fun across the Axe Valley

PUBLISHED: 06:59 16 March 2015

Pupils and staff at Axminster Primary School raised funds for Comic Relief by dressing up and selling cakes. Some of the children are pictured with student teachers Mark Floyd and Charlotte Riggs. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Pupils and staff at Axminster Primary School raised funds for Comic Relief by dressing up and selling cakes. Some of the children are pictured with student teachers Mark Floyd and Charlotte Riggs. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

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People of all ages dress up to raise money for Comic Relief

Staff at Axminster Co-op store in West Street made cakes to sell for Comic Relief. Pictured manning the stall are (l to r) Gillian Loveridge, Daniel Crofts and Maddie Loveridge. Picture CHRIS CARSONStaff at Axminster Co-op store in West Street made cakes to sell for Comic Relief. Pictured manning the stall are (l to r) Gillian Loveridge, Daniel Crofts and Maddie Loveridge. Picture CHRIS CARSON

People of all ages across the Axe Valley turned out in a variety of comic costumes to support Red Nose Day on Friday.

Schoolchildren, shopworkers and business staff staged a series of fundraising events to collect funds for the charity.

See this week’s Midweek Herald for more pictures and a round up of their activities.


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