A HIGH VIS kilt and an array of bright and bold trousers were sported by staff and contractors at Spalding’s Sainsbury’s store to raise money for a children’s charity.
The Holland Market store took part in a fundraising “wrong trousers” day for Wallace and Gromit’s Children’s Foundation - a charity that raises cash for children’s hospitals and hospices across the country.
Colleagues from Sainsbury’s and contractors Basebuild, who are working on the extension of the supermarket, took part in a quiz, had buckets on the tills and wore trousers that are not part of the usual uniform.
Basebuild sponsored site supervisors Jason Jack and Steven Nelson to wear kilts for the day.
Paul Bryan, store manager, said: “Wrong Trousers Day is a fantastic opportunity to have some fun in store, whilst raising money for a worthwhile cause.”