Having a honking good time in aid of needy children.
Companies and stores across the district dreamed up wacky ways to raise money for the national appeal, which raises millions of pounds for needy children in Britain and Africa.
At Crabb and Curtis estate agents, in Euston Place, Leamington, workers dressed up as clowns and decorated the office in a bid to get customers to dig deep.
And at The Rock coffee shop, in Reardon Court, Woodloes, Warwick, volunteers held a record breakers' session as well as selling cakes and coffees for the cause.
Customers were invited to try their hand at pancake tossing or adding to a spiral of pennies, while others attempted to pin the red nose on the clown.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Mar 13, 1999|
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