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Children in Need fever hits Somerset
8:58am Friday 16th November 2012 in News
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- Fundraisers across Taunton, Wellington and West Somerset taking part in weird and wonderful activities to raise cash for needy children.
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CHILDREN at Holy Trinity School with their bears dressed as Pudsey.
SMILING Lola and Paige from St Michael's Pre-school with their Pudsey.
WORKERS at NatWest bank in Taunton.
Pictured are manager Sally Jones, Julie Groom, Gabby Taubert, Ann James, Sarah Drake and Jo Harding.
ROUND Table members Ben Gair, Chris Barrington, Steve Gabell and Neil Rossiter dress as highwaymen and collect money in Taunton town centre.
GREGGS staff from the store in the Orchard Shopping Centre in their colourful costumes.
Pictured are Ash Lewis, Tracey Leaman, Rhiannon Butterfield and Alison Moore.
IT was also a pyjama day at Kingsmead School in Wiveliscombe.
Pictured are Year 7 students Ed Williams, Aliette Goodman (also doing sponsored silence) and Joe O'hare.
Hundreds of Children in Need wristbands and key rings have also been sold by the school.
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STAFF and children at Brock House Day Nursery in Norton Fitzwarren dressed in their pyjamas to raise cash for the charity earlier this week.
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