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Westcountry chefs do their bit for Comic Relief fun day

By Western Morning News  |  Posted: February 25, 2013

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, right, and Michael Caines, above, demonstrate a new homewear range to help raise money for this year's Red Nose Day

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The Westcountry's Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Michael Caines were among ten chefs to swap their kitchens for the photo studio in aid of Comic Relief.

The celebrity chefs took part in a fun-packed photo shoot to celebrate Emma Bridgewater's homeware range for Red Nose Day 2013.

The range consists of six different mug designs, two tea towels and apron designs, an oven glove and a bag for life, all designed for Red Nose Day to encourage the great British public to "do something funny for money".

On sale now at HomeSense stores nationwide, the money will be spent on good causes in the UK and abroad.

Renowned cook and food author Valentine Warner said: "By purchasing these lovely Emma Bridgewater Red Nose Day products from HomeSense stores, you'll be doing your bit to help raise millions of pounds to help people who need it most in this country and Africa, and that is a really important thing.

"I urge everyone to go out and buy a bag for life and a mug and some oven gloves. No, in fact, buy one for yourself and one for all your family and your friends, too! Let's raise as much money as we possibly can for this great cause."

Red Nose Day takes place on March 15.

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