A Sport Relief noise-making pen from Ryman the stationers associated with Comic Relief
Comic Relief is a British charity, founded in 1985. The concept of Comic Relief was to get British comedians to make the public laugh, while raising money to help people in need in Africa, and at home in the United Kingdom. The highlight of Comic Relief’s appeal is Red Nose Day, a biennial telethon held in March, alternating with its sister project Sport Relief. The pen acts like a rattle: as the head of the blue and white person revolves around the pen it makes a clicking noise as it moves across the ribs at the top of the pen.