May 19 2013 Latest news:
All over London there are children who are suffering, whether it’s at the hands of adults abusing them, or because they are going hungry, their parents unable to afford food.
Celebrities and the great British public alike have raised a record-breaking £75million for Comic Relief following a Red Nose Day which saw outrageous fund-raising efforts take place across the country.
Wacky costumes, brightly-coloured hair dye and a swarm of red noses can only mean one thing - Red Nose Day has arrived in Hampstead and Highgate.
Londoners got into the full swing of Red Nose Day today, from taking part in food themed world record attempts to buying cakes and shelling out on red noses.
Youngsters from Lessness Heath Primary School in Belvedere took part in silly sporting activities like space-hoppering to raise money for Comic Relief.
Staff at a west London development project have raised £16,000 for Comic Relief by taking advantage of their wide contacts network.
For many fans of the long departed sitcom The Office, it will be their highlight of Red Nose Day.
Children from a Rainham school raised £430 by wearing red to school today (Friday) to raise money for Comic Relief.
Madonna, Mr T and Ian Botham went back to school today for Comic Relief in South Woodford.
Restaurant staff and baffled customers clubbed together at the O2 Arena today to break the world record for the most people simultaneously making a sandwich – all in aid of Comic Relief.
Students at Redbridge College joined in a flash-mob style Harlem Shake this lunchtime for Red Nose Day.
Students at the University of East London (UEL) got their rouge on for Comic Relief by selling homemade cakes and coffee for the cause.