On Monday 27 June the team will be celebrating Wrong Trousers Day by sporting their craziest trousers in a bid to raise money for The Bristol Children’s Hospital Charity.
Staff at the store will also be holding a bake sale and accepting donations to the charity throughout the day.
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Wrong Trousers Day is an opportunity to follow the lead of the hospital’s mascots, Wallace and Gromit, in embracing all that is wacky and wonderful, while raising money for the charity.
Store director, Graham Dunn, said: ‘Bristol Children’s Hospital does fantastic work to support critically ill children and their families across the South West. At the store Rebecca Morris’s daughter, Matilda has been patient there and so we are thrilled to be supporting a charity whose work has touched the lives of our staff, and no doubt our customers as well.’