Schoolchildren, nursery pupils, Brownies and work colleagues are just some of the people who dressed up, dressed down or simply collected cash for the BBC's fantastic fundraiser Children in Need on Friday, November 15.

The school council at Eccleston Primary School organised a collection of small change for a coin spiral on the school playground, which raised £91.44.  A further £10 was added to the total when pupil Kate Ballantyne agreed to shine teachers' shoes on the day.

The 4th Frodsham Brownies dressed up in onesies for their Wednesday evening meeting and raised money by doing a range of skill-based games including throwing target practice, moving marshmallows with straws and speed stacking cups.

 

Frodsham Manor House Primary School also held a Onesies for Pudsey Day and raised £300.

J H Godwin Primary School pupils dressed up as heroes and villains and pre-school children in Christleton had their faces painted for the occasion.

Children at Helsby Hillside were challenged to come to school with crazy hair while pupils at St Oswald's CE Primary in Mollington baked up a treat with their cake sale.

It was a day of action for pupils at The Hammond Preparatory School who went on a two-lap sponsored walk of Chester Racecourse.  After completing the course in one hour, they enjoyed  hot chocolate and marshmallows.

When all of their sponsor money has been collected in, it will be sent directly to  help the children at St. Peter's School in  Nairobi.

Headmistress Deborah Speakman used to volunteer at this school whilst  working at The Peponi Preparatory School  in Nairobi.  She has told the children about how the pupils at St Peter's School, who  are challenged mentally and physically, are so happy to have a school to go to and they are now developing links between both schools.

Colleagues at Funky Town in Chester wore their pyjamas to work and organised a bake sale and Pudsey quiz for visitors.  And mums and dads sent us lovely photographs of their young ones  via Twitter and Facebook dressed in spots, stripes or onesies ready to raise funds for the worthy cause.

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