On Friday 29th June you, your school, office or community organisation can help raise funds for Wallace and Gromit's Children's Foundation, a national charity for children's health that raises money for children in hospitals and hospices throughout the UK.
Helping children suffering from common childhood illnesses through to potentially life threatening conditions, the Foundation provides essential high tech equipment, family facilities and therapies including art, music and play to see children and their families through harrowing times with a far greater degree of comfort and support.
So why not arrange to don your absolute wackiest legwear, and donate £1 for the right to look wrong wherever you are? What joy it would be to witness David Cameron, resplendent in MC Hammer style 80's pants, with Nick Clegg alongside him in Rod Stewart's discarded leopard print leggings! Unfortunately I believe this will remain no more than a dream on my part, but you get the idea!
It's not difficult to join the thousands planning to get involved this year. You may decide to follow the Olympic theme by donning football, boxing or cycling shorts, or pick a theme of your own, (there's a wealth of inspiration to be had from the 70's and 80's – remember the Bay City Rollers?) Or how about pyjama bottoms for a day at the office!
It's all about having fun and raising funds, but we would definitely like to see some Wrong looks in Croydon on the 29th.
So come on Croydon! For more information and to sign up, visit Wallace and Gromit's Children's Foundation website for all the information you need.