Seeing spots? Lots and lots!
This week residents young and old dug out their polka dots, fluffy ears and Pudsey costumes to raise cash for the BBC’s annual Children in Need appeal.
Numerous events were held in schools, preschools, baby and toddler groups and workplaces across East Cambridgeshire.
At The Lantern Goslings Pre-School in Ely, children and staff went “green for Terry” to honour the memory of the late Sir Terry Wogan, the face behind Children in Need for many years.
Goslings manager Michelle Smith said: “There were so many leprechauns seen hopping around pre-school today, it was fantastic.”
Meanwhile Witcham baby and toddler group held a cake sale on Wednesday to raise money for Children in Need.
Thank you to everyone who’s submitted their fabulous photos for our Children in Need Gallery!