University of East London students get into the Red Nose Day spirit

PUBLISHED: 10:48 15 March 2013 | UPDATED: 10:48 15 March 2013

UEL volunteers donned red noses for a coffee morning to support Comic Relief.

UEL volunteers donned red noses for a coffee morning to support Comic Relief.


Students at the University of East London (UEL) got their rouge on for Comic Relief by selling homemade cakes and coffee for the cause.

UEL students pick out treats.UEL students pick out treats.

UEL’s Volunteering Team within the Employability and Enterprise department livened up the Docklands Campus at University Way with their Red Nose Day themed refreshments - including red nose-topped chocolate cornflake cakes - with all proceeds going to the charitable cause.

The fundraisers also urged passing staff at the university to pop a nose on to raise awareness for the cause.

If you’re holding a fundraising event for Comic Relief, dressed your children up for Red Nose Day at school, or you’re simply donning a red hooter today for fun, we want you to share your pictures and videos with us!

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