Harry Potter, Where’s Wally? and a jolly court jester were amongst the imaginative costumes on parade at Suresite Group's fancy dress fundraiser.
Donations and a raffle raised £316.50 for Children in Need.
Employees at the Preston retail services provider shared a complimentary slap up lunch, and later took part in a raffle.
Suresite Group has raised money every year for Children in Need since 2007.
Raffle prizes included champagne, donated by Hays Recruitment, M&S vouchers from Search, a Majestic classic selection of wine, gifted by branding and digital agency Seven Seven, a set of headphones donated by branded merchandise and print company Pink Sheep and a FitBit3, donated by Suresite Group.
Janine Wilson, people development manager, Suresite Group, said: “Charity fundraising has always been really important to Suresite Group. We raise money for a number of projects, both locally and nationally.
“Our fancy dress fundraiser for Children in Need was a lot of fun and there was a great atmosphere in the office all day. Everyone should be very proud of the £316 we raised.”
"Charity fundraising has always been really important to Suresite Group. We raise money for a number of projects, both locally and nationally"
Janine Wilson, people manager
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