With the great British public already anticipating some serious fun ahead of Red Nose Day 2015 on Friday 13th March.
PG tips tea is launching a very special limited edition pack, resplendent in Red Nose glory, to celebrate. As an official partner for Red Nose Day 2015, the nation’s favourite tea is joining in on the fun, with Monkey donning the famous Red Nose for a very special and limited edition pack due to appear on shelves from January.
Celebrating PG tips tea’s sponsorship of the bi-annual fundraiser, the limited run of special boxes will be on shelves until March. They will also give a clue about the top secret mission Monkey will be doing for Red Nose Day– but what could it be?!!!!
By picking up a pack and putting their feet up with a cuppa, tea lovers can help to raise £1million this Red Nose Day. With a donation from each special pack produced going straight to Comic Relief, everyone can join Monkey in helping to make Red Nose Day 2015 the best (and best-tasting) yet.
The limited edition PG tips packs are available in selected major supermarkets and Unilever UK is proud to donate £1 million to Comic Relief through two of its champion brands: PG tips and Persil.
So why not get your hands on a pack 80 pack – RRP £2.51, 160 pack – RRP £4.84, 240 pack – RRP£6.00.
About Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day 2015 is heading your way on Friday 13th March when the great British public will be asked to Make Your Face Funny for Money.
By raising cash this Red Nose Day, you’re helping to change lives forever. That’s because Comic Relief spends the money raised to help change the lives of poor, vulnerable and disadvantaged people across the UK and Africa.
Red Nose Day comes along every two years and combines two very British things: having a laugh and helping others. Be it at school, work or home, people across the land put on Red Noses and pull out all the stops to raise as much money as possible. Then, once everyone’s run out of fundraising juice, they tune into BBC One for some top entertainment from their favourite comedians and to donate even more cash! And why do they do it? To help poor and vulnerable people living incredibly tough lives both here in the UK and in Africa
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