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Pyjama party fun for nursery tots

By Gloucestershire Echo  |  Posted: November 16, 2012

  • Kitty Buckland in Cheltenham

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WACKY costumes, pushing around cars and having pyjamas parties will be taking place across Gloucestershire in aid of Children in Need.

The annual fundraiser, which last year saw Britain cough up more than £26 million, happens today.

Monkey Puzzles Nursery, which has bases in Cheltenham and Tewkesbury, celebrated the charity appeal a day early yesterday.

Children wore their pyjamas in to nursery in order to help raise funds.

And the little tots enjoyed their chance to dress down, rolling around the floor in their onesies and making the most of their bed hair.

Celebrities, sports stars, and even royalty – will get behind the appeal, which will be on our screens tonight.

Ann Widdecombe will be returning to the Strictly Come Dancing floor with a performance, alongside another show veteran Russell Grant.

Matt Baker from The One Show and a group of young volunteers are embarking on the 2012 Rickshaw Challenge, to cycle from Llandudno in North Wales all the way down to London in aid of the cause.

And Cheryl, Kimberley, Nadine, Nicola and Sarah are together again as Girls Aloud, with their comeback singleSomething New be released in aid of Children in Need. They will be appearing live on the show tonight from 7.30pm.

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