Appeal Night 2012: Thank you for such an amazing evening!

Saturday 17 November 2012, 02:40

Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

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Wow - well THAT was a night and a half, wasn't it? We can't quite believe it's all over, if we're honest. But one thing we absolutely CAN believe - that the British public is just as generous as it always has been.

Bill Turnbull BBC Breakfast's Bill Turnbull with Pudsey.

In fact, we're thrilled and more than a little bit humbled that in 2012 we actually managed to beat the total raised on the night last year! The final total for 2012, of £26,757,446 is nothing short of brilliant. So thank you, thank you, thank you everyone.

Chris Moyles and Morecambe and Wise hologram Chris Moyles with holograms of Morecambe and Wise

If you've organised a fundraising event for us, please remember to pay your money in as soon as possible - thanks!

Rest assured that the money you've donated will go to help disadvantaged children who are right on your doorstep all around the UK.

Appeal Night 2012 sneak peak: Strictly Come Dancing special with Ann Widdecombe and Russell Grant Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing

Thank you all - you're amazing!

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    Comment number 1.

    Wonderful Uplifting evening what the Beeb does best thumbs up to Sir Terry for touching on the subject of the abuse fleetingly please Beeb Dont let a few rotten apples that hid themselves behind public adoration destroy the orchard of Intelligent thoughtful caring Broadcasting and entertainment that is the BBC

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    Comment number 2.

    As always I was impressed by the BBC children and need program and the enormous number of people who gave their time, energy and money to support children in need. I would like to share with you just how much children are affected by this fundraiser. I am a child therapist and one of my children (9yrs) old came to his last session with a teddy bear for me (usually its a hand made card) but he said "this is a children in need teddy for you because you helped a child in need and you can let all the other children see it" . Such rational understanding, children are wonderful copers.

 
 

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