Staff from Trent Park Equestrian Centre, Oakwood, wear pyjamas to work for charity

Workers at Trent Park Equestrian Centre raised £2,000 by wearing pyjamas to work

Workers at Trent Park Equestrian Centre raised £2,000 by wearing pyjamas to work

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Staff from a horse riding centre raised £2,000 for charity by wearing pyjamas to work.

People from Trent Park Equestrian Centre, in Bramley Road, Oakwood, wore their nightwear and onesies to help support BBC Children in Need.

Manager Maria Johnson said: “This is the first time that we have been involved in raising money for the BBC Children in Need appeal and we are delighted with the support that we have received.

“The evening was a huge success and we are thrilled to be able to donate the money to help the children and young people in our local area.”

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