Children In Need is finally here and today money will be raised across the country to help children and young people.

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In tomorrow’s paper

We will be looking at how the £1m given to Norwich charities by Children in Need has been spent

And we want to know what you are doing in your community to raise funds.

Are you dressing up in something crazy for the day? Are you a chatter-box doing a sponsored silence? Or have you got even more creative ideas than that to raise cash?

Tell us what your plans are so we can cover your fundraising efforts on the day.

Email Rosa McMahon on rosa.mcmahon@archant.co.uk or call 01603 772495 with your plans.

4 comments

  • I would rather give my money to a local charity direct like EACH, at least that way it helps. Children In Need always seems to help other countries first then the UK 2nd, which I feel is so wrong.

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    markt74

    Friday, November 9, 2012

  • @Markt74. You've confused this with Comic Relief, Children in Need is a UK charity.

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    PlummyMum

    Thursday, November 15, 2012

  • I'd happily pay money to get half decent TV on a Friday evening instead of the only TV option being enforced craziness and watching BBC newsreaders do some sort of singing and dancing routine (I presume this will be happening YET AGAIN?)...I suppose could read a book or get a hobby, but on a Friday, I can't be @rsed with anything more complicated that sitting on my bottom in front of the TV...

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    merrydancer

    Friday, November 9, 2012

  • I'd happily pay money to get half decent TV on a Friday evening instead of the only TV option being enforced craziness and watching BBC newsreaders do some sort of singing and dancing routine (I presume this will be happening YET AGAIN?)...I suppose could read a book or get a hobby, but on a Friday, I can't be @rsed with anything more complicated that sitting on my bottom in front of the TV...

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    merrydancer

    Friday, November 9, 2012

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