Liskeard's cow lady raises cash for Comic Relief
Liskeard's cow lady will be doing her bit to raise funds for Red Nose Day by dressing as Ermintrude, the pink cow form the children's TV show Magic Roundabout.
Nicky Harwood who co-owns Jelly Pebbles arts and gift shop in Liskeard, acquired her title as cow lady for designing and painting colourful cows.This year to help raise funds for Comic Relief, which helps people in need across the UK and Africa, she decided to take her love for the animal a step further and dress as one for the entire day on Friday March 15.
Mrs Harwood said: "Since joining Liskeard and Looe Ladies Circle last year I seem to have caught the fundraising bug and wanted to do something funny for money. I hate fancy dress so am really nervous about the day but hope that people will give generously for the cause."
She will be completing all of her usual daily activities in the costume including walking her dogs, walking to work, and helping out at the Jelly Pebbles Red Nose Day Coffee Morning.
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She said: "We are holding a coffee morning in my studio at Jelly Pebbles , Windsor Place, Liskeard and it would be great to see people there."The coffee morning will take place between 10am and 12pm.