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Red Nose Day: Pyjama day for Kidspace staff to raise money for Comic Relief

PUBLISHED: 12:01 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:08 12 March 2013

Rubie Charalambous,centre manager at The Brewery

Rubie Charalambous,centre manager at The Brewery

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Staff at an indoor adventure park will be turning up to work in their pyjamas to raise money for Comic Relief.

The team at Kidspace Adventures in The Brewery, in Romford, will be raising money on Friday and Saturday and will have Red Nose Day sweepstakes to raise extra cash.

Helen Mayes, general manager at Kidspace Romford, said: “As Kidspace is all about fun and excitement, we wanted to do something fun to help raise funds for this very worthwhile cause.

“The team always enjoy doing something a bit different and their idea of wearing their pyjama’s to work fits in perfectly with the “do something funny for money” campaign that Comic Relief launched.”

Rubie Charalambous, centre manager at The Brewery, Romford, said: “It’s great to see that Kidspace are fundraising for a great charity as well as having fun at the adventure park. We hope they can raise lots of cash to help a fantastic cause.”

Official Red Nose Day merchandise is also on sale at The Brewery, Romford at Sainsbury’s and TK Maxx.

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