HUNDREDS of people in Ross, young and old, from school children to shop keepers wore their red noses with pride on Friday,

March 13th to show their support for Comic Relief. Comic Relief began in 1985 and every year it gets bigger and better, raising

more money for people in need in Africa and in this county, but also the aim was to make people laugh.

Staff at Coppinis and the Nat West Bank dressed up in various costumes including a policewoman and a highway man, at Peter

Hickman Barbers the staff wore their pyjamas or something red and youngsters at Ashfield Park dressed up and carried a joke in

their pockets.