Big-hearted Yellows staff clown around for charity

THERE was plenty of clowning around in a good cause when staff at Yellow Buses held their annual mufti day in aid of Breast Cancer Care.

Clowning around

Clowning around: Yellow Buses’ driver Carl Potter dressed as a clown for this year’s Pink Day.

One driver, Carl Potter, turned up for work dressed as a clown while others donned cowboy hats, wigs and even a rock ‘n roll suit.

Head office staff at the Dorset bus company also entered into the spirit with the engineering team wearing pink overalls.

Dressed for the occasion

Dressed for the occasion: Head office staff at Yellow Buses take part in the company's annual mufti day.

Others chose to combine the company’s annual ‘Pink Day’ with Halloween by wearing festive costume including witches hats and Devil outfits.

“I never cease to be amazed at the lengths our staff go to and this year was no exception,” said Jenni Wilkinson, Yellow Buses’ Head of Marketing.

She added: “This year’s Pink Day was the eighth we’ve held and, judging by the feedback from passengers and staff, was the best one yet.”

Yellow Buses added pink ribbons to its 120-strong fleet in the run-up to the day on Friday October 29.

Last year’s event raised £930 for Breast Cancer Care and organisers were hoping to raise a similar amount this year.