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Children in Need 2017 : Events taking place across the Advertiser area


By David Parker


Pupils at Bassingham Primary School received a visit from Pudsey Bear, in October
Pupils at Bassingham Primary School received a visit from Pudsey Bear, in October

Fundraising will be taking place in schools, offices and homes across the Advertiser area today for Children in Need.

We will be out and about covering events across the Newark area.

Last year’s appeal raised £60m, with the money going towards disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.

It was the largest total raised in the appeal’s history.


Lowes Wong Infant and Junior Schools, Southwell

Pupils at Lowes Wong Infant and Junior schools in Southwell are covering pictures of Pudsey Bear in coppers to raise money.

They are also dressing up in Pudsey headbands.

Pupils at Lowes Wong School, Southwell, cover Pudsey in coins
Pupils at Lowes Wong School, Southwell, cover Pudsey in coins

Children's House Nursery, Southwell

Youngsters at Children's House Nursery, Southwell, dressed up and selling cakes for Children in Need.

Children at Children's House Nursery, Southwell, dressed up for Children in Need
Children at Children's House Nursery, Southwell, dressed up for Children in Need

Children 1st Day Nursery, Newark

Children 1st Nursery, Appletongate, Newark, wore their pyjamas and drew Pudsey Bear.

Children at Children 1st Nursery, Appletongate, Newark
Children at Children 1st Nursery, Appletongate, Newark

Newark Advertiser

Staff at the Newark Advertiser are wearing spots and stripes and are selling cakes
Staff at the Newark Advertiser are wearing spots and stripes and are selling cakes

How are you raising money for Children in Need? Send your pictures to d.parker@newarkadvertiser.co.uk or comment below.



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