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College goes red for Comic Relief

PUBLISHED: 10:05 15 March 2019 | UPDATED: 16:04 15 March 2019

(L-R) Aaron Whitman, Alexia Colley and David Catling, from the student data team at Suffolk New College, dressing in red for the Comic Relief campaign Picture: JOHN NICE

(L-R) Aaron Whitman, Alexia Colley and David Catling, from the student data team at Suffolk New College, dressing in red for the Comic Relief campaign Picture: JOHN NICE

JOHN NICE

A Suffolk college has shown its support for this year’s Comic Relief appeal by encouraging staff and students to don something rouge for the day.

Suffolk New College asked students to donate £1 to the cause and help raise a smile for Red Nose Day.

By wearing red and donating their cash, students were able to support the cause which works to help vulnerable people and communities in the UK and around the world.

Elsewhere at the college, staff took part in a fundraising sweepstake and catering students baked cakes.

Marketing manager, Craig Shimmon, said: “We are always keen to support local and national charity campaigns. Everyone has grown up with Comic Relief and seen the great work that has been achieved for individuals and communities in this country and abroad.

“We are proud to be able to play a small part in helping support the great work of this compassionate cause.”

• What are you doing for Red Nose Day? Send us your Comic Relief pictures here

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