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Pudsey means prizes
Pudsey T. Bear
Pudsey Bear talks to Chris Stone about the days news stories in the BBC Radio Jersey newsroom

Over the week leading up to Children in Need, a number of prizes will be given away on BBC Radio Jersey and by the BBC Jersey website.

We are giving away some great Pudsey prizes including a t-shirt, socks, pin, badge and a mousemat signed by the superstar bear himself.

Here is a simple clue for you - They are all about half way down the page on the right hand side. You have until Monday to get the right answer.

To win this stunning prize, all you need to do is hunt around the site and find out where Pudsey is hiding (you may have to scroll down the page a little bit). Each Pudsey you find will be holding a letter, together it makes a word. Put the word together and use the form to send us you e-mail address, name and the answer.

The only clue you get is that there are just four letters in the word. This competition closes on Children in Need day (21/11/03) at 7am. We will announce the winner at lunchtime.

YOUR ANSWER
your name: your e-mail:
the word is:

 


 




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