Comic Relief: Papier-mache fun for arty students

Louise Ling, Harry Elliston, Jamie Culver and Annest Hopkins, Shannon Cant and Chloe Baggott.

Louise Ling, Harry Elliston, Jamie Culver and Annest Hopkins, Shannon Cant and Chloe Baggott. - Credit: Contributed

Students at a Suffolk college got arty in the name of charity.

The students and staff at Otley College joined the nations Comic Relief fundraising efforts by creating a large papier-mache nose.

They then put presents inside the comedy nose and people paid to pick out a prize.

Cash was also raised through a disco and staff also hosted a coffee morning.

One of the organisers at the Otley campus, Sarah Brunning, said, “Comic Relief is a fantastic event in the British calendar, as it encourages people from across the country to have fun whilst generating funds for a variety of needy causes both in the UK and abroad.


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“It’s very important that we think of others and as a college we are proud to do our bit for this great charity.”

At the college’s Easton campus, students paid to take part in a one mile exercise bike challenge.

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