Firm gets dressed up

Back from left, Liam Williams, Gareth Davies, Janet Moth, Sam Cole, Daryl Long, Andy Gilbert, Andrew Waters, Ross Rablin, Olivia Townsend, Calvin Smith, Dan Moth, David Greenshields and Chris Wilton. Front from left, Tam Laking, Sue Boniface, Laura Tierney, Melanie Reynolds, Dawn Hogg and Paul Reed
Back from left, Liam Williams, Gareth Davies, Janet Moth, Sam Cole, Daryl Long, Andy Gilbert, Andrew Waters, Ross Rablin, Olivia Townsend, Calvin Smith, Dan Moth, David Greenshields and Chris Wilton. Front from left, Tam Laking, Sue Boniface, Laura Tierney, Melanie Reynolds, Dawn Hogg and Paul Reed
Jack Martin is calling for the return of this much-loved Tom Parker milk float after it was stolen during the night

Original Tom Parker Dairies milk float is stolen

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A TEAM from a builders’ merchants put on their favourite Christmas jumpers to raise cash for a good cause.

The team at Covers in Chichester raised £159 for Chestnut Tree House by wearing novelty Christmas jumpers on Friday.

Martyn Beck, manager at Covers in Chichester, said: ‘We were delighted to unite the Covers team and get into the Christmas spirit with a huge range of fun and festive jumpers. We’re very proud to help raise funds for Chestnut Tree House – it’s such a worthwhile cause.’

Chestnut Tree House is the children’s hospice for Sussex and cares for 300 children and young adults with progressive life-shortening conditions.

It costs £3.5m each year to provide care services, both at the hospice and in families’ own homes.