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  1. BBC Children in Need Graphic Designer Mark Attree takes on 5 marathons in 5 days!

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  2. Around 9,000 people got a real treat this year at the Little Grandsen Airshow, raising a record-breaking £65,000 for our Appeal.

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  3. Alexandra Burke is appearing in POP Goes The Musical 2012, performing "On My Own" from Les Misérables on Tuesday 18 September. Read how she's feeling about the challenge, and get your tickets for this special one-off performance.

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  4. To mark Autism Awareness Month, we look at the brilliant work being done to support children and young people with Autism in Manchester by Greater Manchester Riding for the Disabled Association and Autistic Society Greater Manchester.

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  5. Read Fearne Cotton's first guest blog for the 2012 BBC Children in Need appeal. This time she's talking about how excited she is to be hosting the show again.

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  6. BBC Children in Need supports Kidscape, who run ZAP workshops for children who are being severely bullied. More than half of them have attempted suicide or self-harmed.

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  7. Hero fundraiser Lesley is on the high seas sailing a gruelling 5500-mile leg of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. And there's massive cause for celebration for her and her team on board the GREAT Britain yacht after winning Race 11 from San Francisco to Panama.

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  8. The DIY SOS team embark on their biggest build ever for BBC Children in Need.

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  9. Thanks to your donations we are able to support 87 young carer projects including Crossroads Care West Kent.

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  10. Children from all across London came together to SPEAK OUT about the issues currently facing them - and a cross-section of journalists, representatives from local government and youth work organisations were invited to LISTEN UP to what the young people had to say.

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  11. Meet Euan, who had his arm amputated after being diagnosed with bone cancer. Thanks to The Rainbow Trust and BBC Children in Need a family support worker has helped Euan and his family during the long recovery process.

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  12. Last week we introduced you to two bright young fundraisers, Megan and Megan, who were about to undertake an ambitious fundraising challenge, attempting to live in poverty for a week. Let's see how they got on!

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  13. TOGs marathon 2013 takes place on 3rd and 4th August in aid of BBC Children in Need

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  14. Post Office customer service advisor Dipti Patel explains how she and her colleagues have been fundraising for BBC Children in Need, and how she's looking forward to selling lots of temporary pawprint tattoos to help support BearFaced Day on 9 November.

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  15. This year, we visited an inspiring project full of young people spending some time away from their homes and their normal routines, enjoying their school holidays. Read on to find out about the Music 4 Life project run by Wren Music in Devon.  

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  16. Tommy Sandhu visits London Tigers, a group dedicated to helping young adults and teenagers from underprivileged areas stay away from crime and drugs on the street.

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  17. X Factor star Stacey Solomon visits the Ab Phab Youth Centre in her home town of Dagenham, Essex to see where some of the money from BBC Children in Need is spent.

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  18. Shannon, 15, is a young carer. For the last seven years she’s been looking after her mum who has multiple sclerosis. For Mother's Day Shannon has written an open letter to her mum.

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