Leg warmers, day-glo tutus, shellsuits and drainpipe jeans catapulted a Fleetwood school back to the 1980s for the Fleetwood Weekly News-backed Grin and Wear It day.
Pupils and teachers at St Wulstan’s and St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School boasted fashion from the era to raise money for Trinity Hospice and Brian House Children’s Hospice in our Hospice Heroes campaign.
Imaginations ran riot for the hugely-successful day at the Poulton Road school.
Headteacher Richard Sanderson said: “We had an absolutely ‘Whamtastic’ day on Friday!
“The children loved dressing up in their 80’s themed outfits.
“We had Madonna, Bananarama, Adam Ant and loads more.
“One child even had a t-shirt saying ‘Mr Sanderson says RELAX’! We don’t have an exact total raised yet but as always our parents have excelled themselves in supporting Brian House and Trinity Hospice – a charity so very close to our hearts.”e Hospice Heroes campaign aims to raise £200,000 towards a £500,000 improvement works at the hospice, including new rooms for those staying at the hospice, bereavement areas, and better facilities.