A brain injury charity is urging people to wear a hat for a day as part of an innovative fundraising drive.
Herefordshire Headway is asking local people, organisations and school children to don some headwear on May 21st in order to raise much-needed funds, reports the Hereford Times.
"All you need to do is make a small donation of £5 and wear a hat for the day in honour of Headway. Of course, the wackier the hat the better," said the charity's spokesperson Richard Thompson.
The event is being held to coincide with this year's Brain Injury Awareness Week, the newspaper added.
Headway operates a network of local groups and branches throughout the UK and Channel Islands, which offer a wide range of services, including rehabilitation programmes, carer support, social re-integration, community outreach and respite care.
The charity was first registered in 1980 and held its first annual general meeting in December 1981.
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