11:22 Friday 15 November 2013

Children in Need fever grips the Ely area

Written byJORDAN DAY

The sponsored toddle around the grounds of Ely Cathedral for Children in Need organised by Sue Smith. The sponsored toddle around the grounds of Ely Cathedral for Children in Need organised by Sue Smith.

Pudsey fever has taken over the Ely area as people of all ages go out for Children in Need.

Yesterday (Thursday), childminders and their children came together in Ely to do their bit for the fundraising extravaganza.

Dressed in spotty pyjamas and dressing gowns, they staged a sponsored toddle and buggy push around the grounds of the cathedral.

The toddle, organised by local childminder Sue Smith, raised more than £200 and Pudsey even made an appearance, entertaining the youngsters as they completed the walk.

We want to hear what you’ve been doing for Children in Need!

Send your pictures and details to jordan.day@cambridge-news.co.uk.

We will feature your fundraising activities on our website and include as many as possible in next week’s edition of Ely News.

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