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Echo staff getting into the Red Nose Day spirit
Great photo - Jude Ellis has just swam 30 Lengths of Moonfleet Manor Hotel, to raise money for Comic Relief. He has raised £87.
Jude decided just yesterday that he wanted to raise Money and came up with this idea. He has done this all off his own back and been really great at encouraging sponsors. Very proud mum Helen Ellis sent in the photo
RT @ThornlowPrep: @Dorsetecho - we would love to invite you to come and share our Musical Extravaganza today 230-4pm, Thornlow Preparatory School...— @Dorsetecho 15 March 2013
Happy Red Nose Day... from #ArtyPartyCakes @weymouthcakes http://t.co/1gkDe0nhJq— @weymouthcakes 15 March 2013
We all love this photo. The pupils of St Michael's Primary School, Lyme Regis dressed as something beginning with the letters of Red Nose. This pupil is dressed as a daisy
Look at these residents and staff of Castle View care home, Dorchester, dressing up for 12hr static bike ride
HAPPY RED NOSE DAY! #RND— @rednoseday 15 March 2013
If you're out and about in Portesham today don't forget the King’s Arms will be hosting a cake and pastry sale from 9.30am-5pm.
Weymouth College students at the hair and beauty salons will be offering free treatments today including mini-manicures, facials and hair styling for donations.
Staff will be doing a sponsored waxing, a dodge ball tournament and staff and students will be doing a sponsored version of the internet dance craze the Harlem Shake.
Laura Culshaw, from the college, said everyone was really looking forward to the event.
She said: “The students are very excited about raising lots of money for Comic Relief.”
Vera Gilbert will be baking and selling special Red Nose cakes over the weekend at the Stone Pier Cafe by Nothe Fort in Weymouth.
She said Comic Relief, which is now in its 25th year, started when her children were small.
She started doing events like a Red Nose Day soup kitchen and now makes the cakes.
RT @tastymarketing: @Dorsetecho @intergage Director Paul Tansey will shave his head at 5:00pm today if he receives £500! http://t.co/lCd2NAjhlg @comicrelief— @intergage 15 March 2013
Photos just in from the lovely Evangeline-lily from Karen James