HUNDREDS of employees from a Sheffield marketing company will be donning fancy dress for Children in Need.
Staff from Woodseats and Broomhill branches of Voice will be showing their support for the BBC’s fundraising appeal on Friday.
As well as swapping work clothes for wacky costumes, the 450 workers will be invited to take part in a quiz and a series of gruelling challenges.
A special fundraising café will be set up at both sites and a staff auction is also due to take place.
Jon Wall, director of Voice, said: “Children In Need has become something of a tradition for us and it just gets bigger and bigger every year.
“Last year’s involved a bath of beans and an I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here-style bug-eating challenge.
“We are a young company and always enjoy the fun that comes around with Children in Need.”