Pictures: Children in Need is a go in North Devon

The team at North Devon Orthodontics dressed up in animal onesies and sold cakes on Friday.

The team at North Devon Orthodontics dressed up in animal onesies and sold cakes on Friday. - Credit: Archant

Are you doing your bit for the annual appeal?

Stacey Hebberd sent in this picture of her daughter Alisya Dorman, aged seven, dressed as a Rag Doll

Stacey Hebberd sent in this picture of her daughter Alisya Dorman, aged seven, dressed as a Rag Doll at school for Children In Need. - Credit: Archant

PEOPLE across the region are going Pudsey potty with fund raising fun for Children in Need today (Friday).

Boots staff donned their onesies, dressed as Puss in 'Boots' and wore their pyjamas to work.

Boots staff donned their onesies, dressed as Puss in 'Boots' and wore their pyjamas to work. - Credit: Archant

Across North Devon people of all ages have donned fancy dress, baked cakes and hosted events to help raise money for the annual BBC appeal.

At North Devon Orthodontics Centre in Barnstaple, staff have donned animal onesies and are selling cakes and raffling off a giant Pudsey bear.

In Barnstaple High Street, Boots staff joined in the fun wearing onesies, pyjamas, and dressing as Puss in ‘Boots’.


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A colourful Monsters Inc character is wandering the High Street collecting for the charity.

If cakes are what you’re after, Webbers Estate Agents in Barnstaple, Bideford and Braunton are selling cakes to fundraise.

And in Bideford, one woman has knitted a Pudsey dress out of bin liners and will be wearing it at Atlantis Adventure Park all weekend.

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School, businesses, council offices and many more location will be taking part – we’ll be adding more pictures throughout the day so do keep checking back.

To see what North Devon is up to for Children in Need, click the galleries on the right of the page.

* Send your pictures to us at newsdesk@northdevongazette.co.uk and we’ll add them to our online gallery.

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