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Communities support Pudsey and Children In Need




A village ramble and fancy dress fun were among the activities carried out this year for Children In Need.

Hardwick Primary School held a dress up day with staff and pupils coming to school in fancy dress, pudsey costumes, and spotty outfits.

The school managed to raise £328 for the charity through donations.

Pupils and staff at Hardwick Primary School in Bury St Edmunds dressed up in Pudsey Bear spots for Children in Need. Picture: Andy Abbott.
Pupils and staff at Hardwick Primary School in Bury St Edmunds dressed up in Pudsey Bear spots for Children in Need. Picture: Andy Abbott.

Daryl Jones, headteacher, said: “We support the charity every year. It’s really important for us to do our part to help children and to teach our pupils that although you might not know the people you’re helping, you are making a difference to people’s lives.”

Families, children and dogs in Great Barton also took part in a 6km walk to raise funds for the charity.

Melenie Brown decided to organise the ramble for a charity she said was close to her heart and very dear to her.

In total the village managed to raise £896.22 with donations still coming through.

To donate go to countryfile-ramble-for-bbc-children-in-need-2018.everydayhero.com/uk/melenie

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Pupils and staff at Hardwick Primary School in Bury St Edmunds dressed up in Pudsey Bear spots for Children in Need. Picture: Andy Abbott. Great Barton village ramble for children in need. Pupils and staff at Hardwick Primary School in Bury St Edmunds dressed up in Pudsey Bear spots for Children in Need. Picture: Andy Abbott.


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