Friday 18 Apr 2014
This year Pudsey will be returning to the wild as BBC South East does something different at Drusillas Park near Eastbourne for this year's BBC Children in Need appeal on Friday 20 November.
The bear with the big heart will be joined at the Sussex zoo by singer Ben Adams (A1, Celebrity Big Brother) and South East Today presenter Caroline Feraday, together with a host of fundraisers from across the county.
Along with being part of South East Today's regional news programme from 6.30pm, Ben, Caroline and the team will be broadcasting live from Drusillas throughout the evening as part of the national Children in Need programme on BBC One.
While the BBC South East Pudsey Party is free, entry is by ticket only and numbers are limited. Anyone turning up on the night without a ticket will not be allowed in.
If you've been raising money for BBC Children in Need, and want to join Pudsey and the gang on Friday 20 November, please visit bbc.co.uk/sussex for information on how to get tickets.
Photo opportunity at 7.00pm on Friday 20 November. You are invited to send a reporter/ photographer to cover the Pudsey Party at Drusillas. Activities will be on going all evening from 6.00pm. However, due to broadcasting commitments, the best time for photos would be between 7.00 and 7.15pm. Press passes will be required.
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