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McFly’s Harry Judd surprises Sudbury school for Red Nose Day 2017 Pinterest competition

PUBLISHED: 18:28 24 March 2017 | UPDATED: 18:28 24 March 2017

McFly's Harry Judd visits St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury yesterday, after they won the Pinterest Teaching fundraising competition for Comic Relief.

McFly's Harry Judd visits St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury yesterday, after they won the Pinterest Teaching fundraising competition for Comic Relief.

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Youngsters at St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury were given a Red Nose Day treat today as McFly drummer Harry Judd dropped in to meet the pupils.

McFly's Harry Judd surprises, St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury, winners of the of the Pinterest Teaching Fundraising competition for Comic ReliefMcFly's Harry Judd surprises, St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury, winners of the of the Pinterest Teaching Fundraising competition for Comic Relief

In the run up to red nose Day, Comic Relief and Pinterest had invited teachers from schools across the country to save their Red Nose Day fundraising ideas on a Pinterest board for a teacher fundraising contest.

McFly drummer Harry Judd surprises, St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury, winners of the of the Pinterest Teaching Fundraising competition for Comic ReliefMcFly drummer Harry Judd surprises, St Gregory Primary School in Sudbury, winners of the of the Pinterest Teaching Fundraising competition for Comic Relief

The competition organisers said the winning school would get a special visit from a mystery celebrity.

St Gregory’s staff pinned a host of fun fundraising ideas including a lunch-time rave, red nose bowling and a play dough day on its board, to scoop the mystery guest prize.

Following up on the competition prize, McFly drummer Harry Judd emerged as the mystery guest, who met pupils at the school and serenaded the pupils with a drum performance while they enjoyed a spontaneous Christmas dinner.

To our online gallery here to see how the region marked Red Nose Day.

Meanwhile, good causes in Suffolk and north Essex can apply for a Comic Relief grant of up to £1,000 with the community cash project, with full details online here.

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