By PuxtonPark at 10:57 on 12/02/13
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DONKEYS at one of the most popular adventure parks in the South West are donning their red noses for Comic Relief.
Puxton Park outside Weston-super-Mare is keen to support charitable initiatives and is getting behind Comic Relief 2013, which asks people to do something funny for money.
Donkeys at the park are wearing their red noses in support of the fundraising event and the animals are encouraging youngsters to do the same when they visit Puxton Park.
All children who visit Puxton on Red Nose Day, on March 15, will be awarded with reduced admission and the proceeds will go directly to Comic Relief.
In additional farmer Mark Slade will undertake a hair-raising challenge on the day by completing a sponsored leg wax to raise even more funds.
Head of Park, Susie Johnson, said: "This year marks the 25th Red Nose Day for Comic Relief and Puxton's animals and staff will be pulling out all the stops to help raise funds to transform the lives of countless people living unimaginably tough lives in the UK and in Africa.
"Our sheep got spotty for Children in Need and now our donkeys are lending their support by wearing their Red Noses.
"Please come along to join in the fun and help raise vital funds for this worthy cause."
Set in the beautiful Somerset countryside the 70-acre family park is one of the largest and most popular visitor attractions in the region.
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Red Nose Donkeys at Puxton Park
Date: Friday, March 15, 2013