Pupils in the Skegness area have been going the extra mile to raise money for Children In Need.
Year Six at The Richmond School went on a sponsored walk around Skegness on Friday morning and were interviewed live on air by Melvyn Prior of Radio Lincolnshire. This was followed by a cake sale, which sold out, amd other events in the school.
Joanne Hazard, of the Richmond School, said: “Staff and pupils of the school would like to say a big thank you to all the parents and family members who have helped.
Pudsey fever was also going strong at Hogsthorpe Primary Academy and Spilsby Primary School.
Pupils made a donation to Children in Need to go to school dressed in something spotty.
This followed a huge Skegness welcome for Pudsey when the One Show Rickshaw Challenge arrived at the resort on Tuesday night.
Hundreds of families turned out at the finish line in Compass Gardens at teatime to see presenter Matt Baker and the team of six young riders who had set off from Hull at 5.30am arrive just in time for a live broadcast on BBC1’s One Show.
One Show presenter Matt Baker said: “It’s been amazing cycling through Lincolnshire and a huge thanks to the people of Skegness for coming out and cheering us on.”