Children in Need: What are you doing to raise money?

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Hundreds of children have broken a world record for most people taking part in song relay

Hundreds of children have taken part in a world record-breaking event to raise money for Children in Need.

Over 350 people, the majority of them schoolchildren as young as 7, broke a world record all by singing one word each of four songs from popular films.

Schools, choirs and businesses from across Sheffield joined the online educational publisher Twinkl to get the Guinness World Records title for the Most people in a singing relay-multiple songs.

This is where each word of at least three songs is performed by a different person, in time with the original music.

The event was held to raise money for Children in Need and is just one of the many amazing fundraising activities taking place.

Blue Peter is getting involved by hosting a huge Bring and Buy sale for Children in Need this Friday at 17:30 on CBBC.

Blue Peter presenters

Across the UK children are holding bake sales, doing dance-athons, holding duck races and more to raise money.

We want to know what you've been doing or have planned to support Children in Need.

Send us your photos or videos! Or just let us know in the comments below.

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These children from Birkdale Primary School have been raising money by holding a sponsored silence in class and wearing spotty clothes to school!
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Class 11 (Year 3 and 4) from Fort Community Primary School in Worcester sent us their Pudsey cake

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