You have been sending us pictures of your fundraising efforts for the BBC's Children in Need appeal. Rachel Donkin: "My boyfriend refused to do fancy dress so I decided to dress up my dog Tessa instead!"
Nia Jones: "Medical records staff at the Withybush General Hospital in Pembrokeshire raised money by dressing up in surgical scrubs".
Tom Golesworthy, dressed as superman, and his class raising money at the Aviation Academy in Leeds. They haven't counted the money yet but hope it will be a lot! Photo: Rob Langham.
Children at Marwood Infant School made a Pudsey Bear out of coins in their playground. They also dressed up in spots or stripes for the occasion. This photo was taken by teacher Verity Grady.
Verity also took this photo of the end result. The silver and copper coins will be donated to Children in Need.
Andy Merrett stopped by his local service station in Sutton Coldfield in Birmingham and took a picture of staff dressed up as characters in The Wizard of Oz who were collecting money for Children in Need.
Sarah Reynolds (fourth person along) joined her work colleagues in Solihull to dress up as police officers for the day to raise money. They also had a raffle and managed to collect £400.
Claire Hamilton, dressed as a flamenco dancer, and her colleagues dressed up to raise £800 for children in need.
Lewis, Benjamin and Oscar raised £250 for Children in Need by holding a raffle, the Pudsey Bear scratch sheet and selling candles.
Paul Edwards: "We got the fundraising going by dressing up our dog Monty in a Children in Need bandana." Send your photos to email@example.com. See right-hand side for terms and conditions.