Dress wacky to work and help Fareham’s Rainbow Centre thrive

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RADIO listeners are being asked to put on their wackiest kit tomorrow in aid of a children’s charity.

South coast radio stations Capital, Heart and Smooth have joined forces to encourage people to take part in Dress Loud Day to raise money for Fareham charity The Rainbow Centre.

Dress Loud Day is part of Global’s Make Some Noise Campaign.

Centre chief executive Lara Bull said: ‘We’re delighted to have been chosen by Global South Coast to become part of Make Some Noise.

‘It’s an enormous boost for us and will really shine a spotlight on all the amazing work that the centre does to transform the lives of disabled children and their families.’

The centre provides conductive education to children with cerebral palsy. People can get involved by telling everyone at their workplace about the day and getting everyone who takes part to make a donation.

Other ideas are organising a fashion show to model outfits, or washing everyone’s car for a donation. Visit makesomenoise.com/dressloud for more.