Send in your Children in Need pictures to us

PUBLISHED: 10:27 15 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:27 15 November 2017

TV presenter Matt Baker riding in the rickshaw challenge with Olivia from Edinburgh on the 2016 cycle challenge. The route passed through Essex, near Elmdon, during the final stage en route to the finish in London. Picture: CELIA BARTLETT

TV presenter Matt Baker riding in the rickshaw challenge with Olivia from Edinburgh on the 2016 cycle challenge. The route passed through Essex, near Elmdon, during the final stage en route to the finish in London. Picture: CELIA BARTLETT

Copyright © 2016 Celia Bartlett Photography

Children in Need takes place on Friday, November 17, and we know lots of you are planning to join in the fun.

The Saffron Walden Reporter and Dunmow Broadcast will be out and about capturing pictures of the frivolity, all carried out in the name of charity, but we cannot be everywhere.

So if your school, community group, business or other organisation is holding an event for Children in Need, please share your story with us.

You can send in pictures, and a brief write-up, to editor@saffronwalden-reporter.co.uk or editor@dunmow-broadcast.co.uk and we will try to use as many as we can in next week’s editions of the papers.

This year’s theme is The Big Spotacular!

Last year’s Children in Need raised more than £46million to help disadvantaged children, and once again Pudsey Bear will be fronting the campaign urging people to dig deep.

The television show begins at 7.30pm on BBC1.


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