Comic Relief in Gwent
Updated 8:59am Saturday 16th March 2013 in News
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- Fundraisers from across Gwent help out Comic Relief
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This pic, sent in by Robyn Seabourne's parents shows the seven-year-old wearing her clothes back to front for Comic Relief. So far she's raised £45!
@southwalesargus staff raised £540 for @comicrelief today. Well done to everyone who organised and/or took part.— @ArgusKevinWard 15 March 2013
Stagecoach bus drivers Lisa Hewitt drove her bus all day yesterday in her pyjamas and a red wig to raise money for Comic Relief.
Joined by her sister Jemma, they collected £525 from passengers who boarded her X24 service between Blaenavon and Newport.
Stagecoach matched the amount Lisa raised taking the final total to £1050.
Immogen Morgan and nan show off their red noses
A PONTYPOOL singer known to his family as the Welsh crooner will perform on tonight’s Comic Relief programme after winning a national competition.
TWO brothers from Chepstow have raised more than £300 for Comic Relief by challenging their school friends to cross the Severn Bridge last Saturday.
Argus staff do Harlem Shake for Comic Relief
Caroline Bunn's sons William and Oliver, aged eight and six, ran a cake stall to raise money for Comic Relief.
They raised £170 on Friday 1st March during the school run, and they'd like to thank all who contributed. Caroline added she was very proud of her two sons.
COMEDY legend Tommy Cooper has been remembered for Comic Relief – in toast. The artwork, made using toasted bread, Marmite and ketchup to create Caerphilly-born Mr Cooper’s famous fez, is by Ebbw Vale artist Nathan Wyburn.