WANTED: THE NATION’S JAZZIEST PAIR OF JAMMIES





The Sick Children’s Trust has launched a nationwide search to find the person who owns the jazziest jammies. From checks to stripes or even polka dots…if there are patterns on your pyjamas, this charity wants to know all about it.

The charity, which runs free ‘Home from Home’ accommodation for families with seriously ill children in hospital, is on a quest to find the nations snazziest sleepwear following the return of its annual Pyjama Party fundraiser which takes place this month.

Throughout October The Sick Children’s Trust is encouraging nurseries, playgroups and schools across the country to take part. Children just need to pick their favourite pyjamas and get sponsored to wear them for the whole day. And of course adults are welcome to join in too.

Do you think your PJs have the potential to go all the way to be crowned the nation’s jazziest jammies? Then get involved. Simply send through a photo of you, a friend or family member in this particular pair of pyjamas to [email protected] to be in with the chance of winning a prize.

To find out more about The Sick Children’s Trust’s Pyjama Party, or to request a free fundraising pack which contains lots of great ideas to help get your party off to the perfect start, call the Pyjama Party team on 020 7638 4066 or email [email protected]

For further information about The Sick Children’s Trust, please visit http://www.sickchildrenstrust.org/

Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of The Sick Children's Trust, on Thursday 11 October, 2018. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/


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