INCOMMUNITIES workers saw red – and they’re delighted!

Employees of the Keighley social housing group took part in a charity Wear Red Day.

And their efforts – plus a bun sale and raffle at the Farish House retirement living scheme in Keighley – raised £280 for the Leeds-based Children’s Heart Surgery Fund.

Geraldine Howley, Incommunities’ group chief executive, said: “Staff really pulled out all the stops to support Wear Red Day and the life-saving work of the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund.

“Seeing so many staff come to work in every tone of red really brightened the day and shows the wonderful generosity of colleagues right across the business.

“We are very proud to support the unit’s work caring for both children and their families.”

Sharon Milner, chief executive of the Children’s Heart Surgery Fund, said the charity was delighted at the “fabulous” donation.

She added: “With nearly one in 100 babies in the UK born with a congenital heart defect, we owe a huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who got behind Wear Red Day for these young heart patients.”