BBC Radio Suffolk are encouraging people across Suffolk to don their silliest and most outrageous Christmas jumpers on Friday 20th December, all in aid of charity.
The radio station has adopted Suffolk Family Carers as it’s charity for the year and is raising money to fund a mobile family carers centre. The Eight Days a Week campaign hopes to raise £525,000.
Previously the station held a silly tie day and are hoping the festive jumper day will catch the imagination of the county.
Why not have a silly jumper Friday at your place of work and charge your colleagues for the privilege? Maybe you could offer a prize at work for the most outrageous Christmas jumper. Remember the more tasteless the better!
For more information listen to BBC Radio Suffolk
Find out more about Suffolk Family Carers www.suffolk-carers.org.uk/