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  1. Chief Fundraiser

    Who Said Bears Can’t Fly?

    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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  2. Chief Fundraiser

    Fraser’s mum Shona had a perfect pregnancy. But during his birth, Fraser’s heart stopped and he was starved of oxygen. Near death for the next 72 hours, he spent the next six days in intensive care.

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  3. Chief Fundraiser

    While 10-year-old George Abrehart was wandering around CarFest last year, he decided to do two very important things - raise money for BBC Children in Need and hold his own mini festival.

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  4. Chief Fundraiser

    When an accident left fitness fanatic Rob Groves a paraplegic, he had to come to terms with a whole new way of life. Now he’s cycling from Edinburgh to London to raise money for BBC Children in Need – using just his hands!

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  5. Chief Fundraiser

    CATSYPP after-school groups are so in demand that they have over 60 young people on their waiting lists. But the 55 lucky young people who already attend each week won’t be giving up their places any time soon – because the clubs have literally changed their lives.

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  6. Chief Fundraiser

    BBC Children in Need is back, and is asking Britain to get baking one of the Nation’s favourite cakes to help make a difference to young lives right here in the UK.

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  7. Journalist

    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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  8. Chief Fundraiser

    Helen & Douglas House is a very special children’s hospice in Oxford that offers support and kindness at times when families need it most. We'd like to tell you the stories of two children helped by these remarkable hospices.

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  9. Chief Fundraiser

    Powered on by his pacemaker, 74-year-old Steve Gibbs is currently en route from Land’s End to John O’ Groats and back again - all by bus! That’s a two week journey covering over 2000 miles, on 66 buses - and it’s all for free with a bus pass!

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  10. Chief Fundraiser

    On August 1 2014, an all-star football team led by veteran fundraiser Barry Donegan will be embarking on a very unusual challenge. The team will be playing 5 football games… in 5 nations… within a 48 hour time period! Read on to find out more.

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