WE asked you to show us your Christmas jumpers and here are just a few of the wonderful winter woolies you sent in.

Bus driver Mark Borissoff got behind the wheel in his sweater, Caden Blackholly modelled one of his three pullies, Samuel Robbins was particularly proud of his Lidl pullover and Sue Ryder volunteer Barbie brought a smile to customers’ faces with her Rudolf jumper.

Pupils and staff at Malmesbury School got well and truly into the spirit of Christmas Jumper Day to raise money for Save the Children, turning up in a range of colourful knitted creations.

The nationwide fundraiser helps the charity provide education, health care and food for children in poor or war-stricken countries around the world. More than £27m has been generated since the campaign was started nearly 10 years ago.

For more information and to get involved visit savethechildren.org.uk/christmas-jumper-day