It’s that time of year again, when we’re all encouraged to do something funny for money and raise as much as we can for the Red Nose Day appeal.
Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day is taking place across the country today.
We’ve been asking for your stories, photos and videos, and you have not disappointed.
Lots of you have been wearing your red noses to school, including Darcey, aged 5, and Alfie, aged 6, at Brooke Primary School. Also from Brooke Primary School are Phoebe Rushworth, aged 7, Alex Rushworth, aged 9, Luke Rushworth, aged 11, and Matthew Rushworth, aged 11.
Pupils from the school, in Thorne, are also wearing one piece of red clothing for a donation and Caitlin Scott, aged 7, has chosen to wear red trousers.
Pupils at Swinton Queen Primary School, Queen Street, are wearing hats, glasses and wigs to go along with their red noses, and they’re also selling buns.
Children from Bentley High Street Primary School, such as four-year-old Ruby Newnham, Ruby Newnham, have been enjoying an 80s disco.
vBrett, aged 6, Maisie-Ella, aged, 3 and Millie, aged 8, from Intake, joined other pupils at Plover Primary School in painting their face funny for money.
Pupils at Balby Central Primary School have also painted their faces funny, including Caitlin Lofthouse, aged 11, Alfie Lofthouse, aged 8 and Oscar Snedker, aged 6.
Sandford Road Army Cadets, including 14-year-old Natasha Finn, have also raised money by painting there faces, dressing up and throwing pies at each other. They have raised £121.34.
Youngsters at the Warren Nursery also dressed up as animals to mark Red Nose Day.
It’s not just the kids who are getting involved.
Miss Progress Doncaster, Charlotte Lister, is at Wow nails and beauty salon, Netherhall Road, for their Comic Relief nail painting event.
Nail painting, for adults and children, is being offered throughout the day for £3, with half the proceeds going to Comic Relief.*
There are also be complimentary cupcakes available.
Elsewhere, there is a cake sale at Cranswick Convenience Foods, Dearne Valley.
Charlotte Robinson, of Epworth, is among the 46 people are preparing to travel from the Isle to Fort William to climb Ben Nevis tomorrow.
Apprentices at Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) raised £149.65 in an hour by walking around the Tickhill Road site, Doncaster, dressed in onesies.
Patients at RDASH Coral Lodge Rehabilitation and Recovery Unit have been showing off their art work to mark Red Nose Day, while Staff Nurse Mark Coley hopes to raise £200 by spending the day in silence and only communicating in Makaton, a type of sign language.
Whether it’s at work, at school or at home, the money raised for Red Nose Day is spent by Comic Relief to transform the lives of millions of people, both at home in the UK and across Africa.
Since the last Red Nose Day, Comic Relief has spent £99 million helping over 12 million people.
Keep sending your stories, photos and videos throughout the day. E-mail them to Rochelle.Barrand@jpress.co.uk
*Booking is required for the nail painting event at Wow nails and beauty salon. Call 01302 246449.