IT was fun aplenty as folk across Thorne and District took part in a range of wacky activities for Comic Relief.
Fundraisers in Thorne, Hatfield and Moorends all got involved and did something funny for money.
Staff at Sainsbury’s in King Street, Thorne, donned fancy dress, soaked the manager and tried their hand at marsh mellow eating.
Meanwhile pupils at Hatfield Travis Infant School voted to hold a pyjama party for charity.
At Moorends’ West Road Primary, pupils came dressed all in red and decorated buns for a cake sale. A magician staged a magic show.
This year’s Red Nose Day has so far raised more than £74 million.
Money raised from the event is used to help poor, sick and vulnerable people in Africa and the UK.
This first Red Nose Day was in 1988 and since then nearly 60 million red noses have been sold.