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Your pictures: Children in Need

Photo: Rachel Donkin

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!"

Photo: Nia Jones

Nia Jones: "Medical records staff at the Withybush General Hospital in Pembrokeshire raised money by dressing up in surgical scrubs".

Photo: Rob Langham

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.

Photo: Verity Grady

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.

Photo: Verity Grady

Verity also took this photo of the end result. The silver and copper coins will be donated to Children in Need.

Photo: Andy Merret

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.

Photo: Sarah Reynolds

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.

Photo:Clare Hamilton

Claire Hamilton, dressed as a flamenco dancer, and her colleagues dressed up to raise 800 for children in need.

Photo: Clare Stockdale

Lewis, Benjamin and Oscar raised 250 for Children in Need by holding a raffle, the Pudsey Bear scratch sheet and selling candles.

Photo: Paul Edwards

Paul Edwards: "We got the fundraising going by dressing up our dog Monty in a Children in Need bandana." Send your photos to See right-hand side for terms and conditions.

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