Cambridgeshire County Council's Contact Centre is proud to announce its support for Red Nose Day 2015.

On Friday, 13 March, Red Nose Day will be taking over screens across the nation with an almighty line-up of comedy gold, and 87 volunteers will be ready to receive donation calls.

This is the year that the Contact Centre will take part in this national charity event and not only will the volunteers be taking calls but dressing up and generally doing silly things to raise money.

The Contact Centre deals with managed 285,542 contacts over the last year to provide advice and assist residents to access a range of services from libraries to making registration bookings

Thanks to the generosity of the great British public, Comic Relief has raised over £960million which has gone towards changing the lives of people in the UK and across Africa.

This year's Red Nose Day is asking the nation to "˜make your face funny for money'. The money raised by the public helps people living unimaginably tough lives, both at home in the UK and Africa.

Jo Tompkins, Customer Services Manager for Cambridgeshire County Council, said: "The Council and volunteers give the facility and time for free to help this national event. The centre would normally be closed and it seems a great way of helping this cause which helps so many people both here and abroad. It is part of the Council supporting volunteering and using its facilities to help the wider community when we can."


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