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Staff at the Lincoln High Street branch of Nat West bank dressed up for Comic Relief, manager, Tom Wood even sprent the day flying round the bank on his roller skates to capture that true 80's vibe.
The Skegness cast of The King and I, supporting Trevor Fenton's charity head shave.
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Comic Relief 2013 fundraising events gather pace across Lincolnshire
VIDEO: Skegness theatre group's leading man shaves head for Comic Relief
IN PICTURES: Lincoln Castle Academy 6th formers dress up for Comic Relief
IN PICTURES: Lincoln schoolchildren climb Everest equivalent for Comic Relief
IN PICTURES: Red Nose Day 24 hour Underwater Dance Marathon in Lincoln
Stellar Scuba ran a 24 hour underwater scuba dance to raise money. Members took it in turns to dance underwater with breathing apparatus at Yarborough Leisure Centre.
Skegness Musical Theatre Company's leading man, Trevor Fenton, shaved his head for charity to get into his role for the King and I performance.