Reindeer, elves and Santa Claus were the order of the day at Cornwall and Devon Media today as staff took part in the national 'Christmas Jumper Day'.
The event, which is raising money for Save The Children, has seen people donning some spectacular knitwear instead of their usual suits and ties.
It has also proved popular in local schools, with pupils swapping uniform for the garish-coloured tops normally given as presents by your gran.
The event for the West Briton, Cornish Guardian and Cornishman staff was organised by newspaper sales and marketing executive Gemma Hulme.
She said: "It has been a really fun thing to do, with lots of the staff taking part.
"We have also baked cakes to sell on the day to raise some extra cash - we've made £50 already and hope to raise more as the day goes on."
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