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Youngsters have been going dotty with Pudsey Bear over this year's Children in Need appeal.

Friday, 17th November 2017, 12:46 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 11:40 am
Stonehouse Childcare in Leyland took part in a full week of activities for Children in Need Holly, Max, Gabriel, Aydin, Leon and Thomas

Tots at Stonehouse Childcare, in Leyland, took part in a week of activities, including a teddy bears’ picnic, obstacle courses, a duck race, Pudsey biscuit decorating and face painting. Pupils at Brindle St James’ CE Primary School did their own Rickshaw Challenge, cycling as many miles as they can on exercise bikes to raise extra cash.

Meanwhile, children across Lancashire have been dressing up at school to help raise money for the national charity appeal.

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Children at St Matthew's Primary School in Preston had to dress in bright colours for school. Huzaifa Bashir aged 10 and Saira Ali Bashir aged 8
Gracie Jones aged 2
Pupils at Brindle St James CE Primary School have taken up their very own Rickshaw Challenge. Giving up their break times, the children have been cycling on exercise bikes, aiming to cycle as many miles as possible whilst raising funds for Children in Need.
Callum Baker, eight, as Top Gun for an 80s themed day for Children in Need
Joseph Kennedy
Junior Fitzgerald, aged five
Oliver Walmsley, five,
Children at St Matthew's Primary School in Preston had to dress in bright colours for school. Huzaifa Bashir aged 10 and Saira Ali Bashir aged 8
Gracie Jones aged 2
Pupils at Brindle St James CE Primary School have taken up their very own Rickshaw Challenge. Giving up their break times, the children have been cycling on exercise bikes, aiming to cycle as many miles as possible whilst raising funds for Children in Need.
Callum Baker, eight, as Top Gun for an 80s themed day for Children in Need
Joseph Kennedy
Junior Fitzgerald, aged five
Oliver Walmsley, five,