PJ stint 'a dream come true' for Ottery Co-Op staff

PUBLISHED: 10:08 31 January 2009 | UPDATED: 12:25 17 June 2010

STAFF at Ottery s Co-operative store donned their pyjamas this week to give customers a wake-up call on hearing loss issues.

STAFF at Ottery's Co-operative store donned their pyjamas this week to give customers a wake-up call on hearing loss issues.

Workers joined thousands of colleagues across the UK to help launch a £2 million fundraising campaign for the RNID charity, which helps people who are deaf or hard of hearing. .

Store manager Louise Furneaux-Harris said: "Coming to work in our pyjamas was bound to get us some strange looks from customers but if we can raise money for this worthwhile cause it'll be a dream come true."

See photos in this week's Ottery Herald.


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