It was certainly a red-letter day in the Lifetime office on Friday – as the staff displayed their ‘giving’ nature by doing their bit for Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day.
They raised money – and enjoyed a little bit of Friday fun – by donning various items of red clothing.
Top of the pops as far as the ‘outfits’ were concerned was Technical Manager Robert Briggs!
Managing Director Ian Dickinson had led the way in the ‘sartorial red’ stakes early on but then Bob made his entrance…….and blew everyone else away!
A great team giving their time, money and effort for a great cause. Well done!
Comic Relief was launched from a refugee camp in Sudan on Christmas Day, 1985. A devastating famine was tearing Ethiopia apart and the whole world witnessed the heart-breaking scenes. Something had to be done – and that something was Comic Relief. The idea was straight-forward – get a bunch of well-known comedians to make the public laugh, and raise money for people in Africa and locally too. It has proved to be a winner on both counts.