November 26 2014 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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Teams of superheroes united across our area on Friday to do their bit for Children in Need.
Young tap dancers from Cromer were joined on stage by the town’s lifeboat crew for a world record bid in aid of Children in Need.
Superheroes, teddy bears and pyjamas were among the elements which contributed to a day of fun for a very good cause across the region yesterday.
Cakes have been baked, games were played and heads shaved as super heroes descended on Lowestoft today.
Staff at Sheringham Primary School took to the stage in aid of Children in Need today, in a Stars in Their Eyes-style rock concert featuring acts ranging from Taylor Swift to One Direction.
A care home worker transformed into a superhero and cycling star to raise money for Children in Need today.
A trio of pink tutu-wearing teenage boys had their legs waxed for Children in Need.
There was a party atmosphere at North Norfolk District Council’s Cromer head office as staff donned fancy dress to help Children in Need.
If you’ve been enduring the humdrum drive to work this week, blasting the heating and flicking through radio stations, you might have been distracted by a rather unusual sight.
Dancers are heading to Cromer pier on Sunday to take part in a world record attempt helping Children in Need.
Thousands of fundraisers across the county are going dotty for Pudsey this week as they delve into their pockets to support this year’s Children in Need appeal.