“My favourite memory for Red Nose Day was Davina McCall snogging David Tenant in 2009,” says Tanya Barrow, aka Mummy Barrow. “I remember just being so shocked that she ended up on the floor. It was hysterical!”
Here’s a little video reminder, in case you missed it!
For Penny Alexander, who blogs at The Alexander Residence, she fondly recalls “looking round the school assembly and seeing a sea of students and teachers wearing red noses, even the headteacher had one on. I loved red nose day at school, it was always surreal, there was a real sense of carnival and of coming together to make a difference.”
This year Red Nose Day (15th March) celebrates its 25th anniversary.
We’ll be sharing our memories of Red Nose Day on Tuesday 5 February from 11:00-12:00 – join us to show your support and get people talking and involved with this important cause.
Tuesday 5 Feb
11:00 – 11:30
There are loads of activities and ways to get involved with Comic Relief this year – most of all with three fabulous bloggers for our community.
Mummy Barrow, Mammasaurus and The Alexander Residence are going to Ghana with Comic Relief (*scream*)! We are doing our damnedest to make noise about this worthwhile trip and raise awarenessof the positive change in Africa. Join us!
To keep up the good work and continue to raise money for projects like the ones the bloggers will see do something funny this Red Nose Day, for ideas go to www.rednoseday.com
In addition to giving directly to Comic Relief, you can also support by visiting TK Maxx’s Red Nose Day shop online and buying Red Nose Day t-shirts and special Emma Bridgewater homeware.