December 12 2013 Latest news:
The annual Children in Need extravaganza is almost here and people in Norfolk are rallying round to raise money to help change the lives of disabled children and young people in the UK. Last year, schools, shops and businesses across the county changed their usual Friday routine to participate in the fund raiser, which took place in November and nationally raised £26,757,446.
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Policemen fired shots wildly as firemen tackled the journalists at a charity football match for Children in Need.
“Stay strong and keep fighting” – that’s the message from friends of a Watton teenager battling a rare duo of cancers more than 200 miles from home.
It was no close shave for Luane Grant when she sat in a barber’s chair to have all her hair taken off for BBC Children In Need.
From cake sales to dressing-up, thousands of people across the country have been fundraising for Children in Need 2014.
There was a heigh-ho lot of fun in mid Norfolk as groups, businesses and schoolchildren raised funds for Children in Need.
Staff from a Norfolk caravan business have been busy raising money for Children in Need today.
Cakes and buns of all shapes and sizes were the order of the day at Hethersett Queen’s Head.
A superhero theme swept through North Walsham High School today as youngsters got involved with Children in Need activities.
Outrageous onesies have been worn, cakes have been baked, games have been played and wacky events have been held across Lowestoft today – as people raise money for an annual charity drive.
Staff at a Norwich building society have been raising money for Children in Need today.
A Norwich musician has organised a raffle filled with local and international memorabilia to help raise money for this year’s Children in Need extravaganza.
Staff and students at the College of West Anglia made cakes, dressed up and held a raffle.
Across Norfolk and all over the country people will be taking part in a variety of fundraising activities for this year’s Children in Need.
Motorists driving through Lakenheath today were again invited to pay a ‘toll’ as volunteers collected cash for Children in Need.
An anonymous couple from Diss are set for the weekend of a lifetime after winning an auction in aid of BBC Children in Need.