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Children's television character Iggle Piggle brings joy to youngsters in Sudbury during coronavirus lockdown





A popular children’s television character has paid a series of special visits to youngsters in Sudbury during the coronavirus lockdown.

Iggle Piggle, who stars in the pre-school hit series In the Night Garden has been greeting youngsters from outside their homes as part of a novelty event hosted by Cevents Hire.

The youngsters are invited to meet Iggle Piggle outdoors while observing social distancing guidelines.

Cevents Hire raise funds for MyWiSH charity with In the Night Garden-themed fundraiser during coronavirus lockdown. (35842113)
Cevents Hire raise funds for MyWiSH charity with In the Night Garden-themed fundraiser during coronavirus lockdown. (35842113)

During the visit, children receive a personalised card from Iggle Piggle, which contains a special message.

The company, which hosts luxury party-themed functions, has pledged to donate £1.50 from each booked visit to West Suffolk Hospital’s My WiSH charity in Bury St Edmunds.