Children in Need 2023: How Suffolk schools supported annual charity appeal
Donning fancy dress and selling bakes are just some of the ways Suffolk residents have shown their support in this year’s Children in Need appeal.
Schools from west Suffolk have sent in their pictures of various activities they held yesterday to help fundraise for the good cause, and families have contacted us too.
At the end of the Children in Need broadcast, it was announced a total of £33,513,325 had been raised so far.
The show, which raises money to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people around the UK, saw Mel Giedroyc return to host alongside Ade Adepitan, Jason Manford, Chris Ramsey, Alex Scott and new addition Lenny Rush.
From sports to baking to crafts, those are just some of the ways people raise money each year.
Hardwick Primary School, Bury St Edmunds, have raised £227.50.
Bright Horizons Bury St Edmunds, has raised more than £400
Charlie Bennington and Crystal Bennington, from Bury St Edmunds, at Westgate Community Primary School
Harper Bailey, 17 months old, from Bury St Edmunds, attending Horringer Hedgehogs baby and toddler group
Coupals Primary Academy, Haverhill
Burton End Primary Academy, Haverhill
Place Farm Primary Academy, Haverhill