Care home workers get their legs waxed for Red Nose Day
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Three men who work for a care home provider have had their legs waxed for Red Nose Day.
Danny Gould, who works in maintenance for Kingsley Healthcare, was persuaded - with a bit of arm twisting - to have the waxing done to raise money for the charity.
His bravery inspired Paul Branigan, the cook at Thorp House care home in Griston, neat Watton, and his kitchen assistant Harry Caine to follow suit.
The leg waxing was carried out by Jade Smith, Thorp House's activities coordinator, and administrator Amanda Salmon.
Kirsty Holden, manager of the Kingsley healthcare run home, said: 'We are having a great Red Nose Day here; my three brave staff have raised more than £120 through sponsorship from colleagues and residents' families.'
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