Another month of fun, frivolities and fund raising is to be had as the ribbon is cut on this year's Sport Relief.
Kicking off the events was footballing ace David Beckham. He, wife Posh and the baby Beckhams have all been involved in designing the official T-shirts for the charity appeal.
The T-shirts are all made with 100% Fairtrade Certified cotton and all net profits from the sale of the t-shirt range will go towards helping people living in poverty both across the UK and the world's poorest countries.
You can pick yours up from your local TK Maxx or Sainsbury's store or buy online at the Sport Relief online shop.
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