Employees from numerous businesses, along with staff and children from a variety of schools, donned their wigs on Wednesday 20 May, raising awareness and funds for CLIC Sargent.
Nottinghamshire Police staff showed their support by wearing their wigs and holding a raffle, raising a fantastic £228, while employees at Morrisons Hinckley sported their wigs on checkouts and the shop floor, collecting £131.
Top marks went to children and staff at Christchurch C of E Primary School in Chesterfield who held their very first Wig Wednesday catwalk show, having made all of their wigs during classroom lessons. Each class paraded their wigs and raised a fantastic £119.
CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager Andy Fuller said: "The support across the East Midlands was fantastic and everyone I visited seemed to be having a lot of fun in their chosen wigs. A huge thank you goes out to everyone involved!"