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West Suffolk gets behind Red Nose Day




Red Nose Day at Infusions and ICE, in Rougham
Red Nose Day at Infusions and ICE, in Rougham

Schools and businesses throughout West Suffolk are getting into the spirit of Red Nose Day.

Pupils at Hardwick Primary School, in Bury St Edmunds, are among those to have dressed up in red and donned special red noses today in support of Comic Relief.

Pupils at Hardwick Primary School (photo by Andy Abbott)
Pupils at Hardwick Primary School (photo by Andy Abbott)

Staff at Infusions and ICE, in Rougham, have also been getting involved and will be donating all of their tips from today to the cause.

Colleagues at the Bury Free Press, meanwhile, have been indulging in Red Nose (cherry) topped sticky buns, made by customer support executive Paul Taylor.

If you have pictures of your fun-filled Comic Relief activities, email them with some brief details and a contact telephone number to news@buryfreepress.co.uk.

Bury Free Press's Paul Taylor made Red Nose Buns for Red Nose Day
Bury Free Press's Paul Taylor made Red Nose Buns for Red Nose Day


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