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THERE was madcap fun across the district on Friday as young and old got into the spirit of Children in Need.

The Insolvency Service in Whitstable marked the occasion with two people dying their hair a different colour, while wacky worker Tony Nelson raised £150 by dressing up as a woman.

Meanwhile, customers at Borno chemists in Herne Bay’s Station Road were greeted by the sight of staff dressed in school uniform.

Schools also played their part in raising cash for Children in Need, which has raised £470 since its inception in 1980.

At Stelling Minnis Primary School, pupils were encouraged to wear something spotty or something dotty while at the Simon Langton Grammar School for Girls in Canterbury pupils turned up in their pyjamas.

See this week's Gazette for full report and pictures of the day's events.

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