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Gallery: BBC Children in Need 2015

By Dave Gooderham

Wildcats Theatre School and Post-16 Academy pupils take part in Children in Need. EMN-151211-135955001
Wildcats Theatre School and Post-16 Academy pupils take part in Children in Need. EMN-151211-135955001

People across the area are channelling their inner heroes for BBC Children in Need.

The theme for this year’s event is heroes, and celebrities have been dressing up as their childhood heroes to encourage people around the country to do the same.

We’ve already had some great photos from ABC Day Nursery in Tallington and Wildcats Theatre School and Post-16 Academy in Stamford, which you can see in the gallery above.

Wildcats students have taken part in musical theatre, dance and singing classes in yellow clothes all week, also wearing Pudsey ears and even onesies. Classes have had a special activity linked to the appeal where children learn all about the event. The classes have also been raising funds by donating in exchange for dressing up.

Caz Dolby of Wildcats said: “The children have been having great fun this week, it has been lovely to see them engage in the Children in Need theme dressing up whilst raising awareness and much needed funds for the cause. Once all of our classes have had chance to take part we will be adding up the total raised - a big thank you goes to all that have taken part.”

We know there will be lots of great events in our area, so if you’ve organised one then let us know by calling 01780 758951 or e-mailing the newsdesk. We’ll try and send a photographer to as many events as we can but we’d also love you to send in your own photos and videos so they can feature online and in next week’s papers.


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