Festive fashions were donned by staff at a historic venue to help raise funds for a good cause.
Kind-hearted employees at Coombe Abbey Hotel got into the Christmas spirit and do their bit for charity.
They wore Yuletide knitwear to work as part of Save the Children’s annual fundraising Christmas Jumper Day and paid to join in with the annual event.
A total of £250 was generated from the day, which will now be sent to the charity to offer a helping hand youngsters in need around the world.
Ron Terry, general manager of Coombe Abbey Hotel, said that staff are always keen to do their bit and help a number of different good causes.
“The Christmas Jumper Day is a great way for staff celebrate the holidays, have fun and help raise money for a charity that does excellent work,” said Ron.
“It was great to see the array of excellent jumpers that were on display during the whole day and well done to everyone who got involved.
“As a business that has been in the heart of Warwickshire and the community for many years, we always encourage our team to get involved with charity activities and we support them in any way we can.”