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Peterborough's new Little Miracles centre thanks to DIY SOS

15 November 2013 Last updated at 12:43 GMT

Presenter Nick Knowles and his team from the BBC television show DIY SOS took on their biggest ever build to mark this year's BBC Children In Need appeal.

They completely re-built the parent-led Little Miracles centre for disabled children in Peterborough when the charity outgrew its home.

With a nine-day deadline, hundreds of people from all over the country gave their time to help.

The centre, run entirely by volunteers, is supported by Children In Need. Mike Liggins has been to see how they are settling in.

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