Staff at a leading Shropshire firm of furniture and stationery suppliers joined the ‘Woolly Revolution’ to raise funds for Save the Children.
In support of the charity’s Christmas Jumper Day, Chrisbeon of Stafford Park, Telford, each gave £2 by wearing a woolly for a day.
Theme for Christmas Jumper Day was ‘Join the Woolly Revolution.’
Said Chrisbeon partner Craig Hughes: “It was great fun and we will definitely be doing it again next year. It is for a very good cause and is a great way of getting into the Christmas spirit.”
Joining the ‘Woolly Revolution’ were Chrisbeon staff (left to right) Richard Hughes, Brian Hughes, Craig Hughes, Stefan Lee and Ryan Bratley with Father Christmas. Jim Wilson also took part.