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The Christmas jumper is cool

UK: They’re cool all year, so we can excuse the air conditioning and refrigeration industry losing its street credibility once a year in aid of Save the Children.

Last Friday’s annual Christmas Jumper Day again saw a large number of refrigeration and air conditioning people don their most embarrassing Christmas-themed woollen creation in aid of charity.

Christmas Jumper Day is an annual fundraising campaign in the UK and Ireland organised by the Save the Children charity. For one day, people are encouraged to make the world better with a sweater and raise funds by wearing a Christmas jumper and making a minimum donation of £2.

Knit one: A pre-Christmas sales meeting at refrigerant supplier IDS Climalife
Cool reception: Staff at the Hampshire HQ of temperature control specialists ICS Cool Energy raised £145.00 from their participation in Christmas Jumper Day
Staff from HLA donned the ridiculous knitwear to support the Grace House Christmas Jumper Day Appeal.
Closer to Santa than most, staff at Arctic Circle joined in the fundraising efforts
Christmas bonus: Tony Holland of ac distributors Oceanair
Deck the Halls: Staff at J&E Hall had themselves in stitches
The final frontier? Starring roles for Space Engineering
Paul Greengrass of Nottingham-based condensate pump and ancillary product supplier in reflective mode
A big hand for commercial refrigeration equipment supplier Pastorfrigor UK
Catering for all tastes: refrigeration supplier Interlevin
Naughty or nice? Staff at EPTA
Festive fans: Just some of the staff at fan manufacturer Elta participating in this year’s event
“Loud music in cars” – a song that might drown out the loud jumpers at Cars Refrigeration
Supporting acts: contractors Airkool

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