Red Nose Day ( also known as Comic Relief ) is on 15th March. We celebrate Red Nose Day to help people living tough lives across the UK. Red Nose Day was made in 1988. The 2nd Red Nose Day was 10th March 1989. People raised over 27 million pounds on the 2nd Red Nose Day. The 3rd Red Nose Day was a little more fun, considering the red noses had arms and feet. The 4th Red Nose Day had a theme of poverty. Since this was the theme, some of the red noses were shaped and coloured like tomatoes. The 5th Red Nose Day had colours of yellow to red and pink. In 1997, the red noses turned into fluffy red noses. Glitter red noses were created in 1999. Comic Relief raised over £35 million when their famous glitter red noses were created. In 2001, red noses turned into a silly face with a tongue sticking out. Red noses had hair and came with a sachet of hair gel to style your red nose's hair. In 2005, red noses still had hair, however all the red noses had rubber hair. Red noses became red sponges instead of having faces with hair. 2009 was when Comic Relief made 3 different red noses, which you could collect with faces but no hair. 2013's theme for Red Nose Day was dinosaurs with feet and faces. Red Noses were in bags when it was 2015 and had funny faces to raise more money for charity Now we get on red noses in boxes. This year the boxes could be made into castles.
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