By Harriet Ernstsons Monday 18 March 2013 Updated: 18/03 17:31
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Beoley First School children marked the day by wearing their pyjamas to school, a theme chosen by the School Council.
Pupils and parents also made cakes to sell after school, raising a total of £380.79 overall.
Headteacher Sally Davies (pictured with pupils) said: "We are very pleased with the total as we have never raised that much before. It was a fantastic day."
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REDDITCH was awash with red on Friday as residents supported Comic Relief's fund-raising efforts.
Schools, businesses and individuals from the borough and the surrounding areas wore their Red Noses and dressed up to help contribute towards the £75 million raised across the country for disadvantaged children in the UK and Africa.
Anyone with a Red Nose can recycle it from March 19 to 31 at Sainsbury's in Redditch. All noses collected in the bucket at the front of the store will be recycled to be used as carpet underlay.
To send your pictures of Red Nose Day fund-raising to the Standard, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org - if the picture is of an individual or small group please remember to include the full names of those pictured.
More than 100 people took part in a 90-minute body combat at Abbey Stadium in aid of Comic Relief.
A total of 113 people took part, raising £260 for the charity. (s)
A total of £1,095 was raised by Kingsley College Students, who held a non-uniform day and sold Red Noses.
Students and staff also took part in a Badminton Bonanza, a lunchtime concert from Running with Scissors, a cake sale and a raffle.
Half of the money raised will go to Comic Relief and the other half will be donated to St Richard's Hospice in Worcester. (s)
Imogen Russell, four, donned her Red Nose for the day. (s)
Leah and Macy Passingham dressed up for the day in support of the charity.
Both attend Studley Community Infants School, six-year-old Leah is in Year 1 and four-year-old Macy is in Nursery. (s)
Ellie Ryan enjoyed dressing in red at Pitcheroak School for the day. (s)
GIRLS from 1st Ipsley Rainbows decorated Red Nose Faces with noses and red hair.
They raised £35 for the cause and enjoyed wearing their red uniforms and singing traditional guiding action songs. (s)
Staff, children and parents at Little Bears Nursery took part in a Zumba session to raise money for Red Nose Day.
They joined Philippa from Young and Funky Fitness for a Zumbathon, as well as taking part in Cbeebies activities to find out more about the lives of children in Kenya. (s)