Children from local schools get into the fundraising spirit for Children in Need

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

Dyed hair, spotty clothes and a Pudsey Bear outfit were on show as children helped raise money for disadvantaged kids.

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

At Sidbury C of E Primary School, children’s hair featured colours from across the rainbow as kids took part in a ‘crazy hair’ day.

The children were encouraged to dye their hair all kinds of colours and bring a £1 donation to the Children in Need fund.

At Newton Poppleford Primary School, spots were the order of the day as kids swapped their school uniform for anything spotty.

Spotty t shirts, spotted skirts and even spotty faces made the day a hit.

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant


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Sidmouth Primary School played their part with a non-uniform day and Pudsey Bear featured heavily across the kid’s clothing even appearing on a tie.

Children in Need is a BBC charity that has raised over £950 million since 1980 for children and young people in the UK. Last year the charity raised more than £60 million.

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to rais

Children from East Devon schools donned their spotty clothes and sported their craziest hair to raise money for this year's Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

Children from Sidbury, Newton Poppleford and Sidmouth looked the part for Children in Need. Picture:

Children from Sidbury, Newton Poppleford and Sidmouth looked the part for Children in Need. Picture: Sam Cooper - Credit: Archant

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