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Wallace & Gromit’s Wrong Trousers Day – 24th June 2011

A message from Academy Award winning animator Nick Park:

Hello there,

Wrong Trousers Day is organised by Wallace & Gromit’s Children’s Foundation of which I am a trustee and is inspired by Aardman’s award-winning film ‘The Wrong Trousers’.

Money raised helps sick children in hospitals and hospices across the UK.

This year’s Wrong Trousers Day is on Friday 24th June, when we hope to see as many people as possible going to school or work in their ‘wrong trousers’. Everyone who takes part pays £1 for the right to be ‘wrong’ for the day and has a really fun time.

Wrong Trousers Day 2010 announced

This Wrong Trousers Day the nation will be wearing their Pyjamas on Friday 25 June 2010 to raise money for sick children in hospitals and hospices across the UK.

Simply wear your favourite pyjama bottoms to school or work and donate £1 for the right to look wrong!

Register for the event now to receive a free fundraising pack, full of information about the event and activities to take part in on the day!