Red Nose Day fun in South West Wales
FUNDRAISERS are showing their wacky side by doing their bit to raise cash for Comic Relief today.
Schools, offices and care homes are all doing something funny for money.
Painting the town red — or orange — this morning was Port Talbot caped crusader Captain Beany. The charity fundraiser was bathing in a bath of bakes beans for Red Nose Day in Swansea's Natwest on Oxford Street.
"Everyone is helping to make it such a beantastic day," he said.
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"Come down and visit me, and donations are welcome.
"I would like to thank Natwest and Heinz for the beans."
Ian Thomson from Victoria Avenue said beany was doing a "fantastic!" job.
He said: "I think it is brilliant for Red Nose Day. It is great fun."
Coastal Housing Group, who are based in Swansea's High Street, are also going all out to raise funds.
Staff have held a wacky hair day and took part in a Harlem shake video which you can watch below:
At the DVLA, two workers, James Carrieri and Stephen Mabe will be taking on a 36-mile triathlon to raise money for Comic Relief.
Mr Carrieri, 29, from Treboeth, said: "We will be completing a 12-mile run on the treadmills followed by a six-mile row on the rowing machines and finishing off with an 18-mile cycle on the cycling machines."
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See what happened at Ysgol Bryn Teg in Llwynhendy: