Send us your Red Nose Day stories and pictures
Today - as if you didn't know - is Red Nose Day, with the charity event celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Across the Bristol area people will be donning red noses, paying to see their teachers suffer, sitting in baths of various disgusting things and dressing outlandishly.
We want to hear your stories and see your pictures. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your pictures under the subject header "Bristol Red Nose Day".
UPDATE: It's not just about humans of course. We've been sent a picture of Wilson, a four year-old Hungarian Vizsla, sporting his red nose.
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UPDATE: We've also been sent a picture of Annie and Elizabeth, pupils at Henleaze Junior School, getting ready for a Topsy Turvy Red Nose day which featured Henry Winkler - aka The Fonz - reading them a story.
UPDATE: At DW Sports and Fitness Club they are getting physical for Comic Relief as staff and members compete in challenges throughout the day including rowing challenges and triathlons, flash mob dancing and tug of war.
UPDATE: First Bus drivers are getting their fuzzy bits waxed at the Lawrence Hill depot, grinning and bearing the pain for charity.
UPDATE: Time to put on your red shoes....and socks, skirts, trousers and tops at Stanbridge Primary in Downend as the whole school dances for Comic Relief.
UPDATE: At Four Acres Primary in Withywood the staff and pupils are having a silly hair and Comic Relief red clothing day.
UPDATE: Pupils at Summerhill Academy, St George, are dressing funny for money as holding a red nosed themed cake sale with prizes for the best cake.
UPDATE: Mandy Milsom, Principal at Summerhill Academy said, "The pupils really enjoyed the day and this gave us the chance to talk to them about the fantastic work Comic Relief undertake locally, nationally and internationally."
UPDATE: Taunton Leisure Bristol shop staff have been spotted cycling in the shop window....dressed as grannies for Comic Relief
UPDATE: Can't move for cakes? We're hearing about Great Bake Offs all over the city including Savills and Icon Films.
UPDATE: There's less than 3 hours to go for the Bevan Brittan public services law firm teams 24 hour gymathon they're running in the office gym on Queen Street. That'll be an achy weekend for all involved...
UPDATE: Class 4J at High Down Junior School in Portishead walked into the High Street to pack shopping and rattle buckets for an hour this morning for Comic Relief.
The 30 Year 6 pupils collected donations of more than £470 and the children want to say a big "thank you" to everyone who donated.
UPDATE: TK Maxx Cribbs Causeway store manager Mike Wallington was one of a team from the store aiming to raise £1,500 with a 34-mile sponsored rickshaw ride to between Cribbs Causeway and the company’s Weston-super-Mare store.
They were aiming to complete the journey in six hours.
The company is an official partner of Comic Relief and the Cribbs Causeway store has already raised £6,000 for the charity this year.
UPDATE: Two staff from a Long Ashton day nursery had a bath in beans to raise money for Comic Relief.
Staff members Helen Wilson and Rebecca White, both 22, sat in a paddling pool full of the baked beans to raise money for the charity.
The beans were donated by Tesco in Nailsea and the school’s caterers.
The fundraising stunt raised £188 for Comic Relief but it is hoped other events planned at the nursery will help bolster funds further.