Cary Grant statue dons winter jumper for Save the Children charity
A STATUE of Hollywood star Cary Grant in the Millennium Square has been given a festive makeover.
The figure of the Horfield-born star has donned some dashing Christmas knitwear ahead of The Children's Christmas Jumper Day.
Save the Children hopes 700,000 people will join Cary on December 14 for their fundraising day which aims to "make the world better with a sweater".
The life-size statue of Cary is also joining a handful of prominent statues to have donned a woolly jumper around the country.
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All of the statues have been pictured supporting Save the Children's Christmas Jumper Day, which asks the British public to donate £1 to help raise money for its life-saving work both in the UK and across the world.
Save the Children say just £3 will buy a mosquito net for a child in South Sudan and only £12 could pay for a child to be vaccinated in Sierra Leone. For more information visit www.savethechildren.org.uk/jumpers and/or www.facebook.com/xmasjumperday.