Red Nose Day isn’t until next Friday, but people across Harrogate are already getting into the spirit of Comic Relief.
Fit4Fun have been fundraising outside the Victoria Shopping Centre in the town all week.
The keep fit crew are offering bike rides, volleyball and a ‘Let’s get Physical for Comic Relief’ dance competition, as well as health checks.
And 5th Harrogate Brownies are hosting a Danceathon to raise money.
The brownies are also sending bunting to help Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton as she bids to create the longest string of bunting on the Humber Bridge.
Little Crickets pre-school is having a week of ‘British Bake Off’-style bake sales.
And on Red Nose Day itself, the pupils will be able to buy tins of beans to pour over their teachers.
Harrogate College student and 2012 Men’s Health Survival of the Fittest National Series champion Jonathan Proctor is taking on a physical challenge.
He aims to complete eight race challenges in 22 days.
At the Army Foundation College’s Graduation Parade last week, Padre Chris Groocock sported a red nose.
There will be a comedy night at Harrogate Town AFC’s bar from 7pm on the night.
TV comedians Mike Gunn, Tom Toal and Tom Allen will entertain.Tickets cost £10 from the club shop.
Red Nose Day is on March 15 this year.
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