Video: College ‘reindeer’ raise cash for children’s hospice

A herd of human reindeer have trotted and strolled their way around Tilgate Lake, in Crawley, to raise cash for a children’s hospice.

Staff and students from Central Sussex College donned their red antlers, onesies and Christmas jumpers as they completed five circuits of the lake this morning (Wednesday December 10).



The students, from the college’s Child Care and Health and Social Care department, were joined by Early Years lecturer Kirsty Kamm, who was dressed as Father Christmas.

Money raised from the reindeer ramble will go to the Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.