Children and workers put on their red noses and raised hundreds of pounds those less fortunate than themselves for Comic Relief.
Sponsored events took place in schools and offices across the city on Friday as part of the national fundraising event.
Staff at Boroughbury Medical Centre in Craig Street held a bake sale, while Newark Hill Academy pupils donned the special Red Noses for the day.
There were a series of activities at RSA in Lynchwood, where a number of staff members were put in the stocks for a custard pie to be thrown in their face, workers took part in a space hopper race, and others dressed in fancy dress.
The television campaign, which was broadcast on BBC1 on Friday evening, raised more than £73 million to help a range of charity projects in the UK and abroad.