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Redbridge children dress up for Red Nose Day

PUBLISHED: 09:50 29 March 2017 | UPDATED: 09:50 29 March 2017

Red Nose Day at Parkhill School, Ilford, Sara Jegham, age 8

Red Nose Day at Parkhill School, Ilford, Sara Jegham, age 8

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Schoolchildren across the borough dress up in all shades of crimson, to raise money for charity on Red Nose Day.

Excited pupils donned the famous red noses and schools held various different fundraising activities.

At Parkhill Junior School, Lord Avenue, Clayhall, each class took part in a session on the outdoor gym equipment.

All the pupils looked fantastic dressed up in various red outfits from Spiderman to Red Riding Hood, and all wore the famous red noses.

At Kids Inc nursery in Cleveland Road, South Woodford, parents came in with their toddlers dressed as 80s stars.

The little ones came in huge sunglasses, retro jackets with two-year-old Emma dressing up as the late George Michael, of Wham.

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