School pupils, businesses and organisations across Leeds have donned fancy dress and red noses to support this year’s Comic Relief appeal.
Teachers and youngsters from Fulneck Junior School in Pudsey well and truly got into the Comic Relief spirit by staging a host of fundraising initiatives.
Year three pupil Leigh-Taylor Arundale made scores of red nose badges which she sold to classmates, family and teachers raising charity for the annual appeal.
The team at the Armley branch of Leeds Building Society accepted donations throughout the day for the charity.
Staff at Lloyds Banking Group in Leeds city centre donned a variety of 80s fancy dress costumes to mark 30 years since Comic Relief was launched.
Red Nose Day has raised £960 million and become something of a British institution since it began in 1985.